Tucky Buzzard

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Tucky Buzzard
Origin England
Genres Hard rock, blues rock
Years active 1969–1974
Past members Jimmy Henderson (vocals)
Terry Taylor (guitar)
David Brown (bass)
Chris Johnson (drums)
Nicky Graham (keyboards)
Paul Francis (drums)
Paul Kendrick (guitar, vocals)
Phil Talbot (guitar)

Tucky Buzzard were a British hard rock band formed in 1969 by three former members of The End.[1] The original lineup was Jimmy Henderson (vocals), Terry Taylor (guitar), David Brown (bass), Paul Francis (drums), and Nick Graham (keyboards). Halfway through recording their debut album, Francis departed from the band and was replaced by Chris Johnson, who recorded the remaining drum parts and was credited on the album sleeve. Tucky Buzzard produced a total of five albums between 1969 and 1973.[2] The band's producer was Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones.[3]

Terry Taylor has worked on a number of musical compositions with Bill Wyman and has played with him in a number of his bands, Willy and The Poor Boys, Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, since he left The Rolling Stones. In 2006 Tucky Buzzard was featured in an article called Top 6 Classic Rock Bands You Never Knew You Didn't Know written by Dave White.[4]


Studio albums[edit]


  • Time Will Be Your Doctor: Rare Recordings 1971-1972 (Castle/Sanctuary CMEDD1249, 2005)

This was an album compiling the band's first three studio albums.


  1. ^ Shades of The End from Marmalade Skies, website about British Psychedelia of the 1960s. Retrieved 4 September 2006.
  2. ^ Tucky Buzzard from Alex Gitlin's music website. Retrieved 4 September 2006.
  3. ^ Tucky Buzzard from BillWyman.com. Retrieved 4 September 2006.
  4. ^ "Top 6 Classic Rock Bands You Never Knew You Didn't Know". ClassicRock.About.com. 

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