Courtesy Angel Air Records
He was Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson’s go-to player in 1975.
A member of The Rats with Ronno in their Hull hometown in the 1960s, bassist Geoff Appleby anchored Ian Hunter’s superb debut solo slab (save for one track “Lounge Lizard” waxed by John Gustafson) and subsequent promo tour, and backed the platinum haired ex-Spider on a one-off BBC Old Grey Whistle Test TV appearance. In addition to cutting two pop singles under his own name, Geoff toiled in various glam and punk bands before retiring from the music business.
Geoff Appleby Sound & Vision…
The Rise and Fall of Bernie Gripplestone https://youtu.be/9BsVIPWRdWQ
“Guitar Boogie” https://youtu.be/cgxcudnZQkM
“Once Bitten Twice Shy” https://youtu.be/oz0EKpTn5gg
“I Get So Excited” https://youtu.be/w9CoUQH-S4c
“Make Me Take Me” https://youtu.be/IjBctCQk3do
“Live Wire” https://youtu.be/VzFj6WORjTs