ALICE COOPER

THE EARWIGS
(October, 1964 - 1965)

*Vincent Furnier (V, Harmonica)
*Glen Buxton (G)
*Dennis Dunaway (G)
*Emmet Smith (?)
*John Speer (D)

Phoenix, AZ
Evolved into The Spiders.


THE SPIDERS
(1965 - Late 1966?)

*Vincent Furnier (V, Harmonica)
*Glen Buxton (G)
*Dennis Dunaway (G)
*John Tatum (G) (1965 - Summer 1966)
*Michael Bruce (G) (Summer 1966) The Wildflowers
*John Speer (D)

Phoenix, AZ
Changed name to The Nazz.

Singles:
"Hitch Hike" / "Why Don't You Love Me" (Mascott) (Summer 1965)
"Don't Blow Your Mind" / "No Price Tag" (Santa Cruz) (Summer 1966)


THE NAZZ
(Late 1966? - March 16, 1968)

*Vincent Furnier (V, Harmonica)
*Glen Buxton (Ld. G)
*Michael Bruce (G)
*Dennis Dunaway (B)
*John Speer (D) (Late 1966? - December, 1967)
*Neal Smith (D) (December, 1967) The Surf Tones, The Holy Grail

Phoenix, AZ (Moved to Los Angeles, Ca, in the Late Fall, 1967)

Single:
"Wonder Who's Loving Her Now" / "Lay Down and Die, Goodbye" (Very) (1967)


THE ALICE COOPER GROUP
(March 16, 1968 - April 8, 1974)

*Alice Cooper (V, Harmonica)
*Glen Buxton (Ld. G)
*Michael Bruce (G, K, V)
*Dennis Dunaway (B)
*Neal Smith (D)

Originally from Los Angeles, CA; Moved to Pontiac, MI in 1970
& flew the "coop" for Greenwich, CT in 1972!

Singles:

Albums:
"Pretties For You" (Straight) March, 1969
"Easy Action" (Straight) May, 1970
     *David Briggs (Piano)
"Love It To Death" (Straight/Warner Brothers) March, 1971
     *"Toronto Bob" Ezrin (K)
"Killer" (Warner Brothers) November, 1971
     *Bob Ezrin (K)
     *Rick Derringer (G)
"School's Out" (Warner Brothers) June, 1972
     *Bob Ezrin (K)
     *Dick Wagner (G)
     *Rockin' Reggie Vincent (G, V)
"Billion Dollar Babies" (Warner Brothers) January, 1973
     *Bob Ezrin (Piano)
     *Dick Wagner (G)
     *Steve Hunter (G)
     *Mick Mashbir (G)
     *Donavan Leitch (V)

"Muscle Of Love" (Warner Brothers) November, 1973
     *Dick Wagner (G)
     *Mick Mashbir (G)
     *Saul Prestopino (Banjo)
     *Bob Dolin (K, V)
     *Liza Minelli (V)
     *Norma LaBelle (V)
     *Sarah LaBelle (V)
     *Ronnie Spector (V)
     *The Pointer Sisters (V)
     *Bob Greene (V)
     *Stu Day (V)
     *Dennis Ferrante (V)

"Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits" (Warner Brothers) August, 1974

Singles:

Albums:
"Pretties For You" (Straight) March, 1969
"Easy Action" (Straight) May, 1970
     *David Briggs (Piano)
"Love It To Death" (Straight/Warner Brothers) March, 1971
     *"Toronto Bob" Ezrin (K)
"Killer" (Warner Brothers) November, 1971
     *Bob Ezrin (K)
     *Rick Derringer (G)
"School's Out" (Warner Brothers) June, 1972
     *Bob Ezrin (K)
     *Dick Wagner (G)
     *Rockin' Reggie Vincent (G, V)
"Billion Dollar Babies" (Warner Brothers) January, 1973
     *Bob Ezrin (Piano)
     *Dick Wagner (G)
     *Steve Hunter (G)
     *Mick Mashbir (G)
     *Donavan Leitch (V)

"Muscle Of Love" (Warner Brothers) November, 1973
     *Dick Wagner (G)
     *Mick Mashbir (G)
     *Saul Prestopino (Banjo)
     *Bob Dolin (K, V)
     *Liza Minelli (V)
     *Norma LaBelle (V)
     *Sarah LaBelle (V)
     *Ronnie Spector (V)
     *The Pointer Sisters (V)
     *Bob Greene (V)
     *Stu Day (V)
     *Dennis Ferrante (V)

"Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits" (Warner Brothers) August, 1974


ALICE COOPER (SOLO)
(Fall 1974 - Today)

Singles:

Albums:
"Welcome To My Nightmare" (Warner Brothers) February, 1975
     *Dick Wagner (G, V)
     *Steve Hunter (G)
     *Bob Ezrin (K)
     *Jozef Chirowski (K, V)
     *Tony Levin (B)
     *Prakash John (B)
     *John Badanjek (D)
     *Whitey Glan (D)
     *Vincent Price (Spoken Word)

"Alice Cooper Goes To Hell" (Warner Brothers) July, 1976
     *Dick Wagner (G, V)
     *Steve Hunter (G)
     *John Tropea (G)
     *Bob Ezrin (K)
     *Bob Babbitt (B)
     *Tony Levin (B)
     *Jim Gordon (D)
     *Allan Schwartzberg (D)
     *Jimmy Maelan (Percussion)
     *Dick Berg (French Horn)

"Lace And Whiskey" (Warner Brothers) May, 1977
     *Dick Wagner (G, V)
     *Steve Hunter (G)
     *Jozef Chirowski (K)
     *Bob Ezrin (K, V)
     *Al Kooper (Piano)
     *Al MacMillan (Piano)
     *Tony Levin (B)
     *Prakash John (B)
     *Bob Babbitt (B)
     *Jim Gordon (D)
     *Allan Schwartzberg (D)
     *Jimmy Maelan (Percussion)
     *Ernie Watts (Tenor Sax, Clarinet)

"The Alice Cooper Show" (Warner Brothers) December, 1977
     *Dick Wagner (G, V)
     *Steve Hunter (G)
     *Fred Mandel (K)
     *Prakash John (B)
     *Whitey Glan (D)

"From The Inside" (Warner Brothers) December, 1978
     *Dick Wagner (G, V)
     *Davey Johnstone (G)
     *Jefferson Kewley (G)
     *Jay Graydon (G)
     *Steve Lukather (G)
     *Rick Nielson (G)
     *David Foster (K)
     *Fred Mandel (K)
     *Robbie King (K)
     *Kenny Passarelli (B)
     *David Hungate (B)
     *John Pierce (B)
     *Dee Murray (B)
     *Lee Sklar (B)
     *Rick Schlosser (D)
     *Dennis Conway (D)
     *Michael Ricciardella (D)
     *Jim Keltner (Percussion)

"Flush The Fashion" (Warner Brothers) May, 1980
     *Davey Johnstone (Ld. G)
     *Davey Johnstone (G)
     *Fred Mandel (G, K)
     *John LoPresti (B)
     *Dennis Conway (D)
"Special Forces" (Warner Brothers) September 12, 1981
     *Danny Johnson (G)
     *Mike Pinera (G)
     *Duane Hitchings (K)
     *Erik Scott (B)
     *Craig Kampf (D)
"Zipper Catches Skin" (Warner Brothers) August, 1982
     *Dick Wagner (G)
     *Mike Pinera (G)
     *John Nitzinger (G)
     *Billy Steele (G)
     *Alice Cooper (Synthesizer)
     *Erik Scott (B)
     *Jan Uvena (D)
     *Craig Kampf (Percussion)
"Dada" (Warner Brothers) October, 1983
     *Dick Wagner (G, B, V)
     *Bob Ezrin (Synthesizer, K, D, V)
     *Graham Shaw (Synthesizers, V)
     *Prakash John (B)
     *Richard Kolinda (D)
     *John Anderson (D)
     *Jan Uvena (D)
     *Craig Kampf (Percussion)
"Constrictor" (MCA) October, 1986
     *Kane Roberts (G, K, B, D, V)
     *Paul Delph (K, V)
     *Donnie Kisselbach (B)
     *Kip Winger (B)
     *David Rosenburg (D)
"Raise Your Fist And Yell" (MCA) October 5, 1987
     *Kane Roberts (G, V)
     *Paul Horowitz (Taylor) (K)
     *Kip Winger (B, K, V)
     *Ken Mary (D)
"Trash" (Epic) July 12, 1989