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Ashton, Gardner & Dyke
United Kingdom

Years: 1969 - 1972
Styles: Blues Rock, Classic Rock, Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock, Rhythm and Blues


Tony Ashton - Electric harpsichord, Keyboards, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Vocals (in band: 1969 - 1972)
Roy Dyke - Drums, Percussion (in band: 1969 - 1972)
Kim Gardner - Bass Guitar, Double bass (in band: 1969 - 1972)


Mick Liber - Lead guitar

Biography Picture    Ashton, Gardner and Dyke were a power  rock trio, most popular in the early 1970s. 

    Ashton and Dyke then joined forces in 1968 with the bass guitar playing Kim Gardner, who had previously played in minor British groups, The Birds and The Creation.

   They released their first single "Maiden Voyage"/"See The Sun In My Eyes" on Polydor Records in 1969, but it flopped. However, their next single, "Resurrection Shuffle" on Capitol Records, made them household names. The brass section was Lyle Jenkins and Dave Caswell of the Birmingham band Galliard.

    Their follow-up single "Can You Get It" lacked the general boisterous appeal of "Resurrection Shuffle", and failed to chart. Nevertheless, Ashton Gardner and Dyke persevered and recorded four albums 

     The trio finally split 1972.


Ashton, Gardner And Dyke (1969)
Worst Of Ashton, Gardner & Dyke (1970)
Last Rebel (1971)
What A Bloody Long Day (1972)

Singles & EPs

Maiden Voyage / See The Sun In My Eyes (Jan, 1969)
Resurrection Shuffle / Hymn To Everyone (Nov 20, 1970)
Can You Get It / Delirium (May, 1971)

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