Steve York

Steve York

Also known as S York, S. York, Stephen David York, Steve Yorke, York
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Discography of Steve York:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Volume 2 7 Audio 1993
2 Volume 2 7 Audio 1993
3 Manfred Mann Chapter Three 11 Audio 1993 Cohesion (2)
4 Volume 2 7 Audio 1991 Bronze Records (2)

British rock bassist player.

Born : April 24, 1948 in London, England.

Steve played with "Graham Bond Organization", Ron Caines, Jon Lee, Manfred Mann (& Mike Hugg), again with Graham Bond, "Dada", "Vinegar Joe", "Climax", again with "Vinegar Joe", Graham Bond & Pete Brown,

Graham Bond (in tour), Graham Bell, "Chris Jagger Band", "Arthur Brown Band", "Viola Wills Band", "Ariel Bender Band", "Widowmaker", "Jo-Ann Kelly Band", "Quip", "Tony Sheridan Band", "Isaac Guillory Band",

"Pacific Eardrum", "Carol Grimes Band", "Kicks", "Elkie Brooks Band", "Alive & Picking", "Marianne Faithfull Band", "Sammy Mitchell Band", "Chicken Shack", "Martha & The Vandellas", Alan Ross, again "Marianne Faithfull Band", "Red Beans and Rice", "Laura Branigan Band", "Dr.

John Band", "Hoopsnakes", "Percy Strother, "Hudson & the Hoodoo Cats", "Big John Dickerson & Blue Chamber".

In 1973 its only album went out under his name ("Steve York's Camelo Pardalis"):

"Manor Live" (1973, Virgin Records).

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