History Music / TheYardbirds

24th Apr '16 12:31:15 AM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:350:The classic line-up of The Yardbirds, from left to right: Chris Dreja, Jim [=McCarty=], Keith Relf, Music/JeffBeck and Paul Samwell-Smith.]]

A [[UsefulNotes/TheBritishInvasion British Invasion]] band active in the 1960s British BluesRock scene alongside Music/TheAnimals and Music/TheRollingStones. '''The Yardbirds''' are best known for their hard-edged {{Blues}} and proto-PsychedelicRock sound, which influenced future HardRock and early HeavyMetal performers and for serving as the starting point for several guitar players who became famous in their own right; Music/EricClapton, Music/JeffBeck and [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]].

The founding line-up consisted of Anthony "Top" Topham, Paul Samwell-Smith, Chris Dreja, [=Jim McCarty=] and Keith Relf. Topham had to leave due to studies, and was replaced by Eric Clapton. With Clapton the band released their first three singles and debut album ''Music/FiveLiveYardbirds'', which was revolutionary at the time. Clapton quit to join John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers shortly before the completion of ''Music/ForYourLove'', which he felt was too much of a departure from their blues roots, and was replaced by Jeff Beck, who led the group in a distinctly [[PsychedelicRock psychedelic]] direction. It is this line-up that is generally considered to be the classic line-up, and for good reason. It was with Beck that their biggest hits came out (With the exception of "For Your Love", which was with Clapton. Most of their biggest hits appeared on ''Music/HavingARaveUp'' from 1965) as well as ''Music/RogerTheEngineer''.

Paul Samwell-Smith - who was an integral part of the band musically and was the band's chief songwriter - quit shortly after ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'' to focus on production. Jimmy Page joined to replace Samwell-Smith on bass, but it became clear that bass was not suited for him. Chris Dreja chose to switch from rhythm guitar to bass, but until Dreja could learn and play bass competently, Page continued to play bass. Once this was done, Page switched to co-lead guitar and for a very brief period, Beck and Page played lead guitar together. There are only three Yardbirds songs with both Beck and Page: The non-album single "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" (Dreja played rhythm guitar, and the bass was played by Page's future band-mate [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]], then a session musician. Turned out to be their last major hit.), its BSide "Psycho Daisies" (Beck on sole lead guitar, Dreja on rhythm guitar and Page on bass) and "Stroll On" ("The Train Kept A-Rollin'" with different lyrics. Used in the film ''Film/BlowUp''). Despite all that, this line-up remains highly influential, especially for guitar enthusiasts.

Near the end of 1966, Jeff Beck was fired and Jimmy Page effectively took over as the co-leader of the band along with Keith Relf. This final line-up released one album (''Music/LittleGames'' in 1967) and several unsuccessful singles before throwing in the towel in mid-1968. Undaunted, Page decided to organize The New Yardbirds, recruiting [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham]] to fulfil an obligation to play at several European tour dates. Page and company decided to record an album after the completion of the tour. Chris Dreja issued a cease and desist order that stated Page could only use the name for those tour dates. Inspired by a snarky comment from [[Music/TheWho Keith Moon and John Entwistle]] (that the band would go over like a lead balloon), the group changed their name to Music/LedZeppelin.

Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and with Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (indeed, [=McCarty=] has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar Music/TheNewYardbirds). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham, who himself left in 2015. [=McCarty=] and others continued to tour as The Yardbirds to this day.

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[[caption-width-right:350:The [[caption-width-right:350: The classic line-up of The Yardbirds, from left to right: Chris Dreja, Jim [=McCarty=], [=Mc=]Carty, Keith Relf, Music/JeffBeck Music/JeffBeck, and Paul Samwell-Smith.]]

A [[UsefulNotes/TheBritishInvasion British Invasion]] band active in the 1960s British BluesRock scene alongside Music/TheAnimals and Music/TheRollingStones. '''The Yardbirds''' are best known for their hard-edged {{Blues}} and proto-PsychedelicRock sound, which influenced future HardRock and early HeavyMetal performers and for serving as the starting point for several guitar players who became famous in their own right; Music/EricClapton, Music/JeffBeck and [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]].

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The founding line-up consisted of Anthony "Top" Topham, Paul Samwell-Smith, Chris Dreja, [=Jim McCarty=] and Keith Relf. Topham had to leave due to studies, and was replaced by Eric Clapton. With Clapton the band released their first three singles and debut album ''Music/FiveLiveYardbirds'', which was revolutionary at the time. Clapton quit to join John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers shortly before the completion of ''Music/ForYourLove'', which he felt was too much of a departure from their blues roots, and was replaced by Jeff Beck, who led the group in a distinctly [[PsychedelicRock psychedelic]] direction. It is this line-up that is generally considered to be the classic line-up, and for good reason. It was with Beck that their biggest hits came out (With the exception of "For Your Love", which was with Clapton. Most of their biggest hits appeared on ''Music/HavingARaveUp'' from 1965) as well as ''Music/RogerTheEngineer''.

''Music/RogerTheEngineer.''

Paul Samwell-Smith - -- who was an integral part of the band musically and was the band's chief songwriter - -- quit shortly after ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'' to focus on production. Jimmy Page joined to replace Samwell-Smith on bass, but it became clear that bass was not suited for him. Chris Dreja chose to switch from rhythm guitar to bass, but until Dreja could learn and play bass competently, Page continued to play bass. Once this was done, Page switched to co-lead guitar and for a very brief period, Beck and Page played lead guitar together. There are only three Yardbirds songs with both Beck and Page: The non-album single "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" (Dreja played rhythm guitar, and the bass was played by Page's future band-mate [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]], then a session musician. Turned out to be their last major hit.), its BSide "Psycho Daisies" (Beck on sole lead guitar, Dreja on rhythm guitar and Page on bass) and "Stroll On" ("The Train Kept A-Rollin'" with different lyrics. Used in the film ''Film/BlowUp''). Despite all that, this line-up remains highly influential, especially for guitar enthusiasts.

Near the end of 1966, Jeff Beck was fired and Jimmy Page effectively took over as the co-leader of the band along with Keith Relf. This final line-up released one album (''Music/LittleGames'' in 1967) and several unsuccessful singles before throwing in the towel in mid-1968. Undaunted, Page decided to organize The ''The New Yardbirds, Yardbirds,'' recruiting [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham]] to fulfil fulfill an obligation to play at several European tour dates. Page and company decided to record an album after the completion of the tour. Chris Dreja issued a cease and desist order that stated Page could only use the name for those tour dates. Inspired by a snarky comment from [[Music/TheWho Keith Moon and John Entwistle]] (that the band would go over like a lead balloon), the group changed their name to Music/LedZeppelin.

Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] [=Mc=]Carty reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and with Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (indeed, [=McCarty=] [=Mc=]Carty has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar Music/TheNewYardbirds).''The New Yardbirds''). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham, who himself left in 2015. [=McCarty=] [=Mc=]Carty and others continued to tour as The Yardbirds to this day.
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!!Principal Members (Founding members in '''bold''', current members in ''italic''.):

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7th Feb '16 9:05:25 AM Freshmeat
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The founding line-up consisted of Anthony "Top" Topham, Paul Samwell-Smith, Chris Dreja, [=Jim McCarty=] and Keith Relf. Topham had to leave due to studies, and was replaced by Eric Clapton. With Clapton the band released their first three singles and debut album ''Music/FiveLiveYardbirds'', which was revolutionary at the time. Clapton quit to join John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers shortly before the completion of ''Music/ForYourLove'', which he felt was too much of a departure from their blues roots, and was replaced by Jeff Beck, who led the group in a distinctly [[PsychedelicRock psychedelic]] direction. It is this line-up that is generally considered to be the classic line-up, and for good reason. It was with Beck that their biggest hits came out (With the exception of "For Your Love", which was with Clapton. Most of their biggest hits appeared on ''Music/HavingARaveUp'' from 1965) as well as ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'', which is generally considered to be their MagnumOpus.

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The founding line-up consisted of Anthony "Top" Topham, Paul Samwell-Smith, Chris Dreja, [=Jim McCarty=] and Keith Relf. Topham had to leave due to studies, and was replaced by Eric Clapton. With Clapton the band released their first three singles and debut album ''Music/FiveLiveYardbirds'', which was revolutionary at the time. Clapton quit to join John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers shortly before the completion of ''Music/ForYourLove'', which he felt was too much of a departure from their blues roots, and was replaced by Jeff Beck, who led the group in a distinctly [[PsychedelicRock psychedelic]] direction. It is this line-up that is generally considered to be the classic line-up, and for good reason. It was with Beck that their biggest hits came out (With the exception of "For Your Love", which was with Clapton. Most of their biggest hits appeared on ''Music/HavingARaveUp'' from 1965) as well as ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'', which is generally considered to be their MagnumOpus.
''Music/RogerTheEngineer''.
14th Aug '15 3:47:32 AM bluesno1fann
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* ''Johnny Antonopoulos'' - guitar (2015-Present)



* ''Earl Slick'' - guitar (2015-Present)

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* ''Earl Slick'' Earl Slick - guitar (2015-Present)(2015)
7th May '15 12:24:01 AM bluesno1fann
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Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and with Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (indeed, [=McCarty=] has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar [[Music/LedZeppelin The New Yardbirds]]). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham. [=McCarty=], Topham and others continued to tour as the Yardbirds to this day.

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Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and with Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (indeed, [=McCarty=] has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar [[Music/LedZeppelin The New Yardbirds]]).Music/TheNewYardbirds). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham. [=McCarty=], Topham Topham, who himself left in 2015. [=McCarty=] and others continued to tour as the The Yardbirds to this day.



* ''Myke Scavone'' - harmonica, vocals, percussion (2015-Present)

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* ''Myke Scavone'' - lead vocals, harmonica, vocals, percussion (2015-Present)



* '''''Anthony "Top" Topham''''' - guitar, vocals (1963, 2013-Present)

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* '''''Anthony ''Earl Slick'' - guitar (2015-Present)
* '''Anthony
"Top" Topham''''' Topham''' - guitar, vocals (1963, 2013-Present)
2013-2015)
18th Apr '15 12:08:45 AM Mdumas43073
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* DrivenToSuicide: "Farewell" could be interpreted this way.
25th Mar '15 9:34:18 PM bluesno1fann
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Paul Samwell-Smith - who was an integral part of the band musically and was the band's chief songwriter - quit shortly after ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'' to focus on production. Jimmy Page joined to replace Samwell-Smith on bass, but it became clear that bass was not suited for him. Chris Dreja chose to switch from rhythm guitar to bass, but until Dreja could learn and play bass competently, Page continued to play bass. Once this was done, Page switched to co-lead guitar and for a very brief period, Beck and Page played lead guitar together. There are only three Yardbirds songs with both Beck and Page: The non-album single "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" (Dreja played rhythm guitar, and the bass was played by Page's future band-mate [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]], then a session musician. Turned out to be their last major hit.), its BSide "Psycho Daisies" (Beck on sole lead guitar, Dreja on rhythm guitar and Page on bass) and "Stroll On" ("The Train Kept-A Rollin'" with different lyrics. Used in the film ''Film/BlowUp''). Despite all that, this line-up remains highly influential, especially for guitar enthusiasts.

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Paul Samwell-Smith - who was an integral part of the band musically and was the band's chief songwriter - quit shortly after ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'' to focus on production. Jimmy Page joined to replace Samwell-Smith on bass, but it became clear that bass was not suited for him. Chris Dreja chose to switch from rhythm guitar to bass, but until Dreja could learn and play bass competently, Page continued to play bass. Once this was done, Page switched to co-lead guitar and for a very brief period, Beck and Page played lead guitar together. There are only three Yardbirds songs with both Beck and Page: The non-album single "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" (Dreja played rhythm guitar, and the bass was played by Page's future band-mate [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]], then a session musician. Turned out to be their last major hit.), its BSide "Psycho Daisies" (Beck on sole lead guitar, Dreja on rhythm guitar and Page on bass) and "Stroll On" ("The Train Kept-A Rollin'" Kept A-Rollin'" with different lyrics. Used in the film ''Film/BlowUp''). Despite all that, this line-up remains highly influential, especially for guitar enthusiasts.



Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (indeed, [=McCarty=] has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar [[Music/LedZeppelin The New Yardbirds]]). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham. [=McCarty=], Topham and others continued to tour as the Yardbirds to this day.

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Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and with Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (indeed, [=McCarty=] has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar [[Music/LedZeppelin The New Yardbirds]]). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham. [=McCarty=], Topham and others continued to tour as the Yardbirds to this day.
25th Mar '15 7:29:41 AM mlsmithca
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Paul Samwell-Smith - who was an integral part of the band musically and was the band's chief songwriter - quit shortly after ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'' to focus on production. Jimmy Page joined to replace Samwell-Smith on bass, but it became clear that bass was not suited for him. Chris Dreja chose to switch from rhythm guitar to bass, but until Dreja could learn and play bass competently, Page continued to play bass. Once this was done, Page switched to co-lead guitar and for a very brief period, Beck and Page played lead guitar together. There are only three Yardbirds songs with both Beck and Page: The non-album single "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" (Dreja played rhythm guitar, and the bass was played by Page's future band-mate [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]], then a session musician. Turned out to be their last major hit.), it's BSide "Psycho Daisies" (Beck on sole lead guitar, Dreja on rhythm guitar and Page on bass) and "Stroll On" ("The Train Kept-A Rollin'" with different lyrics. Used in the film ''Film/BlowUp''). Despite all that, this line-up remains highly influential, especially for guitar enthusiasts.

Near the end of 1966, Jeff Beck was fired and Jimmy Page effectively took over as the co-leader of the band along with Keith Relf. This final line-up released one album (''Music/LittleGames'' in 1967) and several unsuccessful singles before throwing in the towel in mid-1968. Undaunted, Page decided to organize The New Yardbirds, recruiting [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham]] to fulfil an obligation to play at several European tour dates. Page and company decided to record an album after the completion of the tour. Chris Dreja issued a cease and desist order that stated Page could only use the name for those tour dates. Inspired by a snarky comment from [[Music/TheWho Keith Moon and John Entwistle]] (that the band would go over like a lead balloon), the group changed their name to [[Music/LedZeppelin Led Zeppelin]].

Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (Indeed, [=McCarty=] has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar [[Music/LedZeppelin The New Yardbirds]]). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham. [=McCarty=], Topham and others continued to tour as the Yardbirds to this day.

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Paul Samwell-Smith - who was an integral part of the band musically and was the band's chief songwriter - quit shortly after ''Music/RogerTheEngineer'' to focus on production. Jimmy Page joined to replace Samwell-Smith on bass, but it became clear that bass was not suited for him. Chris Dreja chose to switch from rhythm guitar to bass, but until Dreja could learn and play bass competently, Page continued to play bass. Once this was done, Page switched to co-lead guitar and for a very brief period, Beck and Page played lead guitar together. There are only three Yardbirds songs with both Beck and Page: The non-album single "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" (Dreja played rhythm guitar, and the bass was played by Page's future band-mate [[Music/LedZeppelin John Paul Jones]], then a session musician. Turned out to be their last major hit.), it's its BSide "Psycho Daisies" (Beck on sole lead guitar, Dreja on rhythm guitar and Page on bass) and "Stroll On" ("The Train Kept-A Rollin'" with different lyrics. Used in the film ''Film/BlowUp''). Despite all that, this line-up remains highly influential, especially for guitar enthusiasts.

Near the end of 1966, Jeff Beck was fired and Jimmy Page effectively took over as the co-leader of the band along with Keith Relf. This final line-up released one album (''Music/LittleGames'' in 1967) and several unsuccessful singles before throwing in the towel in mid-1968. Undaunted, Page decided to organize The New Yardbirds, recruiting [[Music/LedZeppelin Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham]] to fulfil an obligation to play at several European tour dates. Page and company decided to record an album after the completion of the tour. Chris Dreja issued a cease and desist order that stated Page could only use the name for those tour dates. Inspired by a snarky comment from [[Music/TheWho Keith Moon and John Entwistle]] (that the band would go over like a lead balloon), the group changed their name to [[Music/LedZeppelin Led Zeppelin]].

Music/LedZeppelin.

Keith Relf died from accidental electrocution in 1976. In 1982, Chris Dreja and Jim [=McCarty=] reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians and Paul Samwell-Smith joining the following year. Subsequently, they began working under a different name, called the '''Box Of Frogs''' and that lasted until 1986. In 1992, Dreja and [=McCarty=] again reformed The Yardbirds with several new musicians (Indeed, (indeed, [=McCarty=] has been [[RevolvingDoorBand the only stable member]] of ''any'' version of the group, bar [[Music/LedZeppelin The New Yardbirds]]). This edition of the band released one studio album (''Birdland'' in 2003) and several live albums. Dreja had to leave the Yardbirds in 2013 after suffering from several strokes, and he was replaced by founding member "Top" Topham. [=McCarty=], Topham and others continued to tour as the Yardbirds to this day.



* [[Music/EricClapton Eric Clapton]] - guitar, backing and co-lead vocals (1963-1965)

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* [[Music/EricClapton Eric Clapton]] Music/EricClapton - guitar, backing and co-lead vocals (1963-1965)



* CutAndPasteTranslation: Every album of theirs released stateside until ''Music/LittleGames''.

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* CutAndPasteTranslation: Every album of theirs released stateside Stateside until ''Music/LittleGames''.
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* '''''Jim [=McCarty=]''''' - drums, percussion, vocals (1963-1968, 1982-1983, 1992-Present)

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* '''''Jim [=McCarty=]''''' - drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals (1963-1968, 1982-1983, 1992-Present)



* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Eric Clapton and Paul Samwell-Smith sing co-lead vocals on "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl". Jeff Beck sings lead vocals on "The Nazz Are Blue".

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Eric Clapton and Paul Samwell-Smith sing co-lead vocals on "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl". Jeff Beck sings lead vocals on "The Nazz Are Blue". Jim [=McCarty=] sings lead vocals on "Spanish Blood" and "Taking A Hold On Me".
22nd Feb '15 12:32:29 AM MrMatt
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A [[UsefulNotes/TheBritishInvasion British Invasion]] band active in the 1960s British BluesRock scene alongside Music/TheAnimals and Music/TheRollingStones. '''The Yardbirds''' are best known for their hard-edged {{Blues}} and proto-PsychedelicRock sound, which influenced future HardRock and early HeavyMetal performers and for serving as the starting point for several guitar players who became famous in their own right; Music/EricClapton, Jeff Beck and [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]].

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A [[UsefulNotes/TheBritishInvasion British Invasion]] band active in the 1960s British BluesRock scene alongside Music/TheAnimals and Music/TheRollingStones. '''The Yardbirds''' are best known for their hard-edged {{Blues}} and proto-PsychedelicRock sound, which influenced future HardRock and early HeavyMetal performers and for serving as the starting point for several guitar players who became famous in their own right; Music/EricClapton, Jeff Beck Music/JeffBeck and [[Music/LedZeppelin Jimmy Page]].
22nd Feb '15 12:32:08 AM MrMatt
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[[caption-width-right:350:The classic line-up of The Yardbirds, from left to right: Chris Dreja, Jim [=McCarty=], Keith Relf, Jeff Beck and Paul Samwell-Smith.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The classic line-up of The Yardbirds, from left to right: Chris Dreja, Jim [=McCarty=], Keith Relf, Jeff Beck Music/JeffBeck and Paul Samwell-Smith.]]



* Jeff Beck - guitar, backing and lead vocals, bass (1965-1966)

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* Jeff Beck Music/JeffBeck - guitar, backing and lead vocals, bass (1965-1966)
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