Credits

Annette Peacock
Bonnie Tyler
Chris De Burgh
Chris-Porter
Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin
Deana Carter
E Yazawa
George Michael
Hazel O'Connor
Jakko
Ken Morioka
Let Loose
Lisa Stansfield
Meredith Brooks
Mieko Shimizu
Mutt Lange
Nicky Graham
Nik Kershaw
Pete Brown & Phil Ryan
Peter Collins
Phil Ramone
Raph Ravenscroft
Rebekah Ryan
Romeo's Daughter
Snake Davis
Sam Brown
Tom Robinson
Toyah
Tracey Ullman
Yoko YAZAWA

Annette Peacock

Bonnie Tyler

Chris De Burgh

Chris-Porter

Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin

Deana Carter

E Yazawa

George Michael

Hazel O'Connor

Jakko

Ken Morioka

Let Loose

Lisa Stansfield

Meredith Brooks

Mieko Shimizu

Mutt Lange

Nicky Graham

Nik Kershaw

Pete Brown & Phil Ryan

Peter Collins

Phil Ramone

Raph Ravenscroft

Rebekah Ryan

Romeo's Daughter

Sam Brown

Snake Davis

Tom Robinson

Toyah

Tracey Ullman

Yoko YAZAWA

Ed has worked with many different artists throughout his career including Sam Brown, playing on her world-wide hit album and single Stop, Let Loose, Romeos Daughter, Deana Carter and Bonnie Tyler as her musical director. He was also the composer of the original music soundtrack for the film Cloud Cuckoo Land starring Sir Derek Jacobi, an Airborne Productions project, amongst other TV/documentary works. He has completed six solo albums to date and is currently working on his seventh.

Ed started his musical career at a very early age with his first adventures into the world of music via the viola and clarinet. He soon realised though that his future lay in the world of rock music. He started to play the bass at the age of 14 and very soon developed his own unique style.

Influenced in the main by the likes of Larry Graham and Andy Fraser he spent the early Eighties in his own group, Stikki Stuff, a successful funk rock group. They released a single on Carrere Records and performed a myriad of gigs nation-wide culminating in several support tours with Level 42.

Throughout this early period of his career he played on numerous sessions for a variety of artists including Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin (Dave Stewart even played organ at his wedding), Pete Brown (Cream lyricist), Tom Robinson and Annette Peacock. See a selection of the many other artists Ed went on to play with above.


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