Bill Quick

Bill Quick

Real Name:
Guillermo Enrique Ruiz Quick-Guzmán
Son of North-American father and Venezuelan mother, and landed in Madrid in the early 70s, manufacturing leather belts and other stuff that he later sold at the popular Rastro flea market in Madrid, meeting point for all hippies. He somehow got in touch with famous producer Alain Milhaud, who got really impressed by his work and quickly offered him a deal for recording a long-play. Then Bill recruited some of top studio musicians and foreign friends who were also living in Madrid at the time: Salvador Dominguez & Chema Pellico (ex-Cerebrum), Rafa Galvez (Vainica Doble), Frank Rojas (Sangre), Jess Lam (Jess & James).. and up to eleven musicians joined Bill in the recording studio. As a result, "Maravillosa gente" (Beautiful people) was recorded.
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Bill Quick Discography


Bill Quick Maravillosa Gente (Album) Explosión Spain 1972 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

14.934-A Bill Quick Lluvia / Soy Solo Un Hombre(7", Single) Explosión 14.934-A Spain 1971 Sell This Version
10.687-A Bill Quick Take Me Away / Winter's Gonna Come(7", Single) Explosión 10.687-A Spain 1972 Sell This Version
E-34511 Bill Quick Maravillosa Gente(7", Single) Explosión E-34511 Spain 1973 Sell This Version
SP 109 Bill Quick Papelon(7", Single) Scorpios (2) SP 109 Venezuela 1976 Sell This Version

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