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Danny was BOC's bass-player between 1995 and 2004

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John drummed for BOC off and on in 1992, 1995, 1997, 2003 and 2008.

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Ron was the BÖC drummer from July 1987 to May 1991... Visit Ron's site to find out what he's doing now and to get the chance to order some of his music...
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Tommy was the BÖC Keyboard player from May 1985 to January 1988... Visit his site and get the chance to buy and download sample MP3s from his ZKG CD..

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Al filled in for Allen Lanier on keyboards and guitar early 1999...

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Jimmy Wilcox played drums for BOC from April of 1985 until September 1986.

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Greg was the fill-in BÖC bass player during the Summer of 1995 at the behest of Chuck Burgi... Visit Greg's site to find out what he's doing now...

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Les Braunstein was the legendary Soft White Underbelly vocalist. Visit his site to find out what he's been up to lately and find out about his "Fools Gold" CD containing a mixture of old and revamped songs (featuring Albert and Buck amongst others). Plus download some sample audio files...

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Sandy Pearlman, legendary BOC manager, producer, song-writer and occasional harmonica-player!!

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Richard Meltzer, original Crawdaddy scribe, BÖC lyricist, novelist and early SWU singer (well, sort of...)

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Helen Wheels had a long association with BÖC. In the early days, she made costumes for the band; later on, she co-wrote songs such as "Celestial the Queen", "Tattoo Vampire" and "Fallen Angel". A special friend to Albert Bouchard, he later drummed in the Helen Wheels Band. She died tragically after routine surgery, resulting in benefit gigs and a tribute CD.

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Patti Smith, longtime companion to Allen Lanier, co-wrote a number of BÖC songs...

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John Shirley wrote the lyrics to 8 out of the 11 songs on "Heaven Forbid" and followed this up with 8 out of the 11 songs on "Curse of the Hidden Mirror" also. That's consistency, that is... Originally recommended by Sandy Pearlman, John Shirley has perfected the technique of "remote writing" by sending all his lyrics in by email...

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Amongst his many claims to fame, Kim Fowley co-published Don Waller's lyrics to "This ain't the Summer of Love" from "Agents of Fortune"...

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Steve "Woody" LaCerra is "BÖC Front of House Soundman,musician & songwriter"

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Bruce Friedman was the Laser tech on the 1978 laser tour and has lots of pics on his site of laser "waterfalls", "lighttunnels" etc - go and see 'em...

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Mel Welch worked pyro for BOC 1977-1979 (with brother Kenny)...

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Sam Judd worked for BOC throughout 1975 to 1991...

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Legendary Blue Oyster Cult soundman George Geranios worked exclusively for the band between 1973-1984...

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Ronald Binder co-wrote "I am the Storm" on "Mirrors", and also received "special thanks" credits on both their "Spectres" and "Some Enchanted Evening" releases.

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Paul Crook was a replacement on the BOC crew for Sam Judd when he was taken ill in 1987/1988

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Jac Holzman was the guy at Elektra who first signed SWU (later SFG) and then didn't release their LP (twice)...

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