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Geoff Bradford

b. c.1934. Bradford (aka Jeff), an achieved guitarist, offered an apprenticeship in a number of early United kingdom R&B rings, including Blues By Six and Alexis Korner’s Blues Included. He was also an integral part of the embryonic Rolling Rocks, but still left the line-up following inclusion of what he regarded as ‘industrial’ materials. Bradford then joined up with Cyril Davies’ R&B All-Stars, the breakaway group from Alexis Korner’s Blues Included, which mutated into Longer John Baldry’s Hoochie Coochie Guys upon Davies’ loss of life from leukaemia in 1964. Baldry eventually dissolved this music group, leaving Bradford absolve to re-form the initial All-Stars with bass participant Cliff Barton. After that, Bradford worked being a support musician for many going to blues performers. Despite a minimal open public profile, Bradford loves the respect of his peers and provides continuing to forge a profession over the London membership circuit.

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