HOT TUNA & GRAHAM BOND (AKA WADE AND THE RENEGADES)
RCA STUDIOS, (POSSIBLY TTG STUDIOS,L.A.)
GRAHAM BOND-ALTO SAX,PIANO
1-JAM # 1 (31:28)
2-JAM # 2 (2:01)
3-JAM # 3 (12:21)
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Wade & the Renegades
Unknown studio, possibly TTG or RCA, Hollywood, USA
Graham Bond (alto sax & piano)
Jorma Kaukonen (guitar)
Jack Casady (bass)
Joey Covington (drums)
Also in 1968 Graham Bond became involved with Diane Stewart,
a singer who shared his interest in the occult.
After a period sent in the hosptial to deal with his
worsening addiction, the couple moved to the States
where Bond worked with an obscure band called The Fool.
The sessions were a disaster. Bond remained in the U.S.
for a while afterwards, during which some fleeting and
undocumented collaborations with Jefferson Airplane,
The Grateful Dead, and Jimi Hendrix took place.
A mostly-ignored solo record was also produced at this time.
By 1969, a return to London (via Jamaica) was made,
followed by an attempt to restore his disintegrating music career.