A definitive British rock and roll journeyman, guitarist Ray Fenwick has used numerous famous acts, though even most serious enthusiasts would be challenged to recognize him. He changed long term Yes guitarist Steve Howe within the Syndicates within the middle-’60s, and performed a crazy freakbeat solo on the solitary “Crawdaddy Simone,” which comprised a few of the most exciting guitar work from the English Invasion period. He served amount of time in Dutch organizations After Tea as well as the Tee Arranged (who later on make the U.S. Best Five with “Ma Belle Amie”) before becoming a member of the post-Stevie Winwood lineup from the Spencer Davis Group in the past due ’60s. There have been also stints in your guitar Orchestra with potential Procol Harum business lead guitarist Mick Grabham; Luxury, who acquired two Best 20 hits within the U.S. in 1974; the Ian Gillan Band; and, within the 1980s, Forcefield, which also highlighted Jan Akkerman and Cozy Powell. Fenwick also do a whole lot of are a sessionman and manufacturer. And, finally, he produced one solo record in 1971, Maintain America Beautiful, Get yourself a Haircut, a run-of-the-mill mixture of the era’s well-known hard rock and roll/progressive-rock styles.