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Wynder K. Frog

Wynder K. Frog
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Wynder K. Frog was a moniker used by English blues and funk session musician (and Hammond B3 wizard), Mick Weaver (born 16 June 1944 in Bolton, United Kingdom).

In the mid-1960s Wynder K. Frog was the name of Weaver's band, which had Salford as its base. They released three studio LPs, then dissolved, around 1970. Weaver continued on his own as Wynder K. Frog, which thus became his solo moniker, post 1970.

The three studio albums by the original Wynder K. Frog band were Sunshine Super Frog (1967), Out of the Frying Pan (1968) and Into the Fire (1970). The latter only saw a U.S. release, after the band had already split up.

When Steve Winwood left Traffic to form Blind Faith, Weaver was recruited to replace him and Traffic became Mason, Capaldi, Wood and Frog, soon shortened to Wooden Frog. They played a few gigs before dissolving three months later when Traffic reformed.

After this he recorded with solo artists such as Buddy Guy, Dave Gilmour, Joe Cocker, Eric Burdon, Frankie Miller, Grease band, Keef Hartley, Eric Burdon, Roger Chapman, Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane and Gary Moore as well as Taj Mahal and The Blues Band, also playing keyboards with Steve Marriott's Majik Mijits.
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