It was a great thrill for me to contribute to this tribute to Mick Ronson as the memories I have of certain David Bowie and Lou Reed albums are all infused with his sensibility and wonderful guitar-playing and arranging talents. Although I did not meet him my affinity for his work and musicianship has increased through working on these tracks.
ROD MELVIN is a popular London -based pianist who as well as being resident pianist at the Groucho Club, London has worked in various situations
including writing music for films (Churchill, The Hollywood Years, Stella Street), performing live for National Theatre productions and recording with Brian Eno and others.
His first group ,The Moodies, are currently featured in the “Glam” exhibition at Tate Liverpool. He was a member of Kilburn & The High Roads and wrote
songs with Ian Dury , including “What A Waste” (Top Ten) and “England’s Glory”, recorded by Max Wall.