- 90% match to Attila Zoller
26 November 1945, Glasgow, Scotland. After starting out on guitar while he was still a small child, Mullen switched to bass in his early teens. He played in various dance bands in his home town before forming his own trio and reverting to guitar. At the end of the 60s he relocated to London and moved into R&B. In the early 70s he was frequently associated with jazz rock.
- 65% match to Attila Zoller
29 July 1945, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Guitarist Joe Beck moved to New York in 1963 to take up employment in various bands. After working with musicians including Paul Winter, Charles Lloyd, Gary McFarland and Chico Hamilton, he found more permanent employment with Jeremy Steigs Satyrs in 1968. The Satyrs took him on tour with Eric Clapton and Cream throughout
- 51% match to Attila Zoller
7 February 1924, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. A much underrated musician throughout his career, Crawford played clarinet and saxophone with Fletcher Henderson in the early 40s before tuberculosis forced a change to guitar. He established his reputation playing with the influential first Ahmed Jamal trio in Pittsburgh and Chicago (1951-56), and later played with organist Ji
- 11% match to Attila Zoller
Pat Azzara, 25 April 1944, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Martinos singer father encouraged him to play guitar and he received some instruction from his cousin. He was a professional guitarist by the age of 15, playing with saxophonists Willis Jackson and Red Holloway. He played in all the leading organ combos of the 60s: with Don Patterson, Jimmy Smith, Brother Jack