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  1. Andrew McCulloch (born 19 November 1945, Bournemouth) is an English drummer who worked with Fields, Greenslade, Manfred Mann Chapter Three, Anthony Phillips, Peter Banks, the Crazy World of Arthur Brown and King Crimson in the 1970s before becoming a yachtmaster.

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  3. 30 de jul. de 2022 · Para ese puesto se decidió sumar a Andrew McCulloch, nacido el 19 de noviembre de 1945 en Bournemouth, ciudad costera del sur de Inglaterra la cual mira al canal de la Mancha. Vivió parte de su infancia en Hong Kong e Hiroshima. McCulloch actuaría en distintos grupos y colaboraría con varios músicos antes de recaer en King Crimson.

  4. www.dgmlive.com › biographies › Andy McCullochAndy McCulloch - DGM Live

    Andy McCulloch (19 November 1945) After deciding to leave King Crimson in the aftermath of Gordon Haskell's departure, McCulloch joined new group Fields. Led by ex-Rare Bird keyboardist Graham Field, McCulloch's name had been suggested to Field in a telephone coversation with Fripp.

  5. Andrew McCulloch (born 3 January 1950) is an English former professional footballer who played for Queens Park Rangers, Cardiff City, Oxford United, Brentford, Sheffield Wednesday, Crystal Palace and Aldershot.

  6. Andrew McCulloch. Profile: British drummer (b. 1945), briefly a member of King Crimson on "Lizard" circa 1970 but probably best known as the drummer with Greenslade (1972-1975) Sites: bournemouthbeatboom.wordpress.com. In Groups: Fields (3), Greenslade, King Crimson, Shy Limbs. Variations: Viewing All | Andy McCulloch.

  7. Andrew McCulloch. Crimson’s next drummer was recommended by Lake. Despite his double bass drums, wicked technique, and deep jazz aesthetic suggesting a perfect fit, McCulloch did only a fleeting stint. He had joined a band that was struggling to emerge from dereliction. How did that go?