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United Kingdom

Years: 1973 - 1976
Styles: Classic Rock, Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock, Pub Rock


Jonathan "Jojo" Glemser - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1973)
Steve Brendall - Drums (in band: 1973)
Ernie Graham - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1973 - 1976)
Dave Vasco - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1973 - 1976)
Colin Bass - Bass Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1973 - 1976)


Jim Cuomo - Saxophone
George Butler - Drums (in band: 1973)
Dave Skinner - Keyboards, Vocals (in band: 1973 - 1976)
Barry Ford - Drums, Vocals (in band: 1974 - 1976)
Gaspar Lawal - Percussion (in band: 1974 - 1976)

Biography Picture    Clancy were a British rock group, prominent in the pub rock scene of the early 1970s. They issued two albums on Warner Bros. Records, but did not achieve chart success.

  In mid 1973 Colin Bass (of The Foundations and Velvet Opera), Ernie Graham (of Eire Apparent and Help Yourself) and Jonathan "Jojo" Glemser (also of Help Yourself), Steve Brendall (ex-Matchbox) and Dave Vasco (also formerly of The Foundations) formed Clancy,

   Clancy signed with Warner Bros. Records for whom they release two albums "Seriously Speaking" in 1974 and "Every Day" in 1975. Neither album achieved chart success and Clancy split in 1976.

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Seriously Speaking (1975)
Every Day (1976)

Singles & EPs

Back On Love (1974)
Baby Don't You Do It (Jun 27, 1975)
Good Judgement (Nov 7, 1975)
You Have Made My Life So Sweet (Jun 11, 1976)

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