Name Brian Godding
Music group Blossom Toes
|Years active 1964 - present|
Genres Pop music, Jazz fusion
|Born 19 August 1945 (age 70), Monmouth, South Wales (1945-08-19) |
Occupation(s) Musician, session musician, composer
Associated acts The Grave Diggers, The Ingoes, Blossom Toes, B. B. Blunder, Solid Gold Cadillac, Kevin Coyne, Magma, Mike Westbrook Orchestra, Centipede
Role Guitarist · lotsawatts.co.uk
Albums We Are Ever So Clean, If Only for a Moment, What On Earth: Rarities 1967-69, Pierides, Love Bomb - Live 1967-69
Similar People Kate Westbrook, Jim Cregan, Mike Westbrook, Giorgio Gomelsky
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Brian Godding (born 19 August 1945, Monmouth, South Wales) is a pop, rock and jazz guitarist. He was brought up, and has mostly lived, in London.
He has been a member of many rock, jazz and progressive rock bands, such as The Gravediggers, The Ingoes, Blossom Toes, B. B. Blunder, Solid Gold Cadillac, Magma, Centipede, The Mike Westbrook Orchestra and Full Monte.
As session or guest musician, he appeared on Julie Driscoll's 1969 album, Reg King's solo album, three albums by Kevin Coyne and Andrew Leigh's Magician album, as well as A Wish for a Season by Kind Hearts & English.
Godding is the brother-in-law of Julie Driscoll (now Julie Tippetts).
Regarding his 1988 solo album Slaughter on Shaftesbury Avenue:
"Intense jazz-rock fusion of the highest quality. Godding's guitar playing should please fans of McLaughlin and Holdsworth to no end. Heartily recommended to all fusion fans" (Dave Wayne, New Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock)
With Mike Westbrook
With Kevin Coyne