Quantum Jump

Quantum Jump

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Rupert Hine was a producer and keyboard player in the early and mid-1970s before he formed this jazz rock fusion band. Working with some of his regular studio session musicians like bassist/vocalist John G. Perry, and Simon Jeffes with whom he had collaborated on string arrangements since Hine's first solo album in 1971, Pick Up A Bone. Jeffes formed Penguin Cafe Orchestra, but continued to collaborate on the Quantum Jump albums.
Some time after the "Barracura era" line-up disbanded, Denny McCaffrey (percussions) was rehearsing with a new line up of Quantum Jump, including: Big Jim Sullivan (guitarist with Tom Jones), Geoffrey Richardson (Caravan), Trevor Morais (The Peddlars) and Alan Spenner (Kokomo)… when Kenny Everett’s TV show took off, big-time! The theme (The Lone Ranger – by the original Quantum Jump) was hastily re-released and entered the chart on 2nd June 1979, rising to #5 and staying on the chart for 10 weeks. The problem was that Trevor had been the drummer on the original number and was therefore in immediate demand, the old Quantum Jump reformed, and the newly recruited musicians were no longer in.
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