Technique
1965 -1972

2009 Technique reunion


Line-up included  
   
Derek McCulloch lead guitar and vocals
Ian Wrigley organ and vocals
Les Andrew drums
Stuart Adams bass and vocals

 

 


I was a drummer with the group 'Technique' - sometimes called 'Manchester Technique' (we lasted seven years from 1965 -1972) - the group consisted of Derek McCulloch - lead singer and lead guitar, Ian Wrigley - organist and back-up vocals, Stuart Adams - bass guitar and back-up vocals and me as drummer ( they kept the microphones well away from me - I was tone deaf!) - later in our career,  our agent was 'Ugly Ray Terrret' (Spelling) - he wrote a song called 'No, No, No, No' which we recorded

It was great to see the picture of Pete Summerscales - featured in your article - he played with my brother Kevin Andrew in a group (can't remember the name, but they had a great bass player!)

Les Andrew

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Comments (4)

Topic: Technique
Mick Ward says...
Me and Tinner out of PepperTree went to this gig, they were brilliant. You wouldn't think that they had ever been apart - the keyboard player didn't look any different than he did back in the sixties and seventies, even the maracas sounded ... Read More
25th June 2014 7:39pm
Ian Wrigley says...
The original band started in 1963 and ran in various formats to about 1977. Technique reformed in 2009 and are still playing !
See www.techniqueonline.net
Ian Wrigley - keyboards
22nd December 2014 3:14am
Ian Wrigley says...
Dave Farnell is still drumming. He is back with the reformed "Technique" Soul and Motown band, who started playing together again in 2009. Dave is still a rock-solid accomplished drummer, as he was in the 70's when he playing with ... Read More
29th December 2014 12:23pm
Ian Wrigley says...
Les mentioning Ugly Ray Terret prompts me to elaborate slightly. As I recall, Terret was introduced to Technique via Barry Russel, our agent/entrepreneur of the late 60's early 70's. Barry also ran the Thing Club in Oldham. Terret had been ... Read More
26th February 2015 8:09am



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