Julien Covey

Bürgerl. Name:
Robert Cromwell Anson
Philip Kinorra was born Robert Cromwell Anson on 20th October 1940 is Sherwood, Nottingham. He started playing drums in his mid-teens before joining the RAF, where he played in a band that also featured alto saxophonist Trevor Watts, later Spontaneous Music Ensemble and Amalgam (2). It was at this juncture that Anson began to call himself Phill Kinorra in honour of his favourite jazz drummers - Phil Seamen, Tony Kinsey and Bobby Orr.

Philip Kinorra (sometimes referred to as Phil Kinorra and also known by his stage names Julian Covey or Julien Covey and Philamore Lincoln) is a British drummer who performed with Brian Auger and the Trinity, Graham Bond and Don Rendell, as well as with his own band, Julian Covey & The Machine, for which he sang and played drums.

He also played as a replacement drummer for The Who's Keith Moon after he hurt himself in 1967. However, he only played one concert with the band before being replaced by Chris Townson, who continued filling in for Moon for four more concerts

Singles & EPs

269 375 TF Julien Covey - A Little Bit Hurt Cover-Design Julien Covey A Little Bit Hurt (Single) Fontana 269 375 TF Germany 1967 Diese Version verkaufen
WIP 6615 Julien Covey - Barefootin' / A Little Bit Hurt / Incense Cover-Design Robert Parker / Julien Covey / The Anglos Robert Parker / Julien Covey / The Anglos - Barefootin' / A Little Bit Hurt / Incense(7") Sue Records WIP 6615 UK 1980 Diese Version verkaufen