Chris Stainton

Born 22 March 1944
Chris Stainton
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1944-03-22
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Chris Stainton

Chris Stainton Biography (Wikipedia)

Christopher Robert "Chris" Stainton (born 22 March 1944) is an English session musician, keyboard player, bassist and songwriter, who first gained recognition with Joe Cocker in the late 1960s. In addition to his collaboration with Cocker, Stainton is best known for his work with Eric Clapton, The Who, Andy Fairweather Low and Bryan Ferry.

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Chuck Blackwell
The Letter
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The Letter
Chuck Blackwell
Bird On The Wire
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Bird On The Wire
Rita Coolidge
Superstar
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Superstar
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