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Python Lee Jackson


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Python Lee Jackson was a 1960s Australian band. The group’s most famous hit was “In a Broken Dream”, featuring Rod Stewart as guest vocalist.

Members in Australia

* Frank Kennington - vocals
* Mick Liber - guitar
* David Montgomery - drums
* Roy James - bass
* Bob Brady - vocals
* Lloyd Hardy aka Lloyd Hudson - bass
* David Bentley - songwriter, keyboards, vocals
* Malcolm McGee - vocals
* Bob Welsh - piano
* Duncan McGuire - bass
* Dave MacTaggart - bass

* Bernie McGann - sax
* Laurie Arthur - guitar

Australian period

The original Python Lee Jackson was formed in December 1965, in Sydney by two British men – singer Frank Kennington and guitarist Mick Liber (born in Peebles, Scotland on 1 March 1944) – after meeting drummer David Montgomery (born September 1945 in Melbourne). Together with bass player Roy James they played the underground circuit. In early 1966 Kennington was busted and deported back to the UK, and former Missing Links singer Bob Brady filled in for several months before Liber and Montgomery struck on the idea of putting a new version together.

A new Python Lee Jackson line-up came together around March 1966 when Brisbane-born keyboard player and singer David Bentley left Sydney group Jeff St John & The Id to join Liber and Montgomery alongside former Unit 4 bass player Lloyd Hardy (aka Cadillac Lloyd Hudson).


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