|The most important credit for this website goes to Chris Barber himself, the members of the Big Chris Barber Band, and the other thirty or so people who have been members of the Chris Barber Band from the days of Ken Colyer's Jazzmen in 1953-54, and even before that. Without them there would not have been more than fifty years of great music to enjoy!
Special thanks also go to:
- Julian Purser (England): archivist and discographer; member of the Chris Barber website & archives team.
- Andreas Wandfluh (Switzerland): member of the Chris Barber website & archives team.
- Gerard Bielderman (Netherlands): discographer
- Ria Wigt (Netherlands): Wim Wigt Productions & Timeless Records
- Terry Cryer, Jazz photographer (England):
- Paul Adams (England): Lake Records
- Niklaus Zust (Switzerland)
- Jürgen Stoever (Germany)
- Gerd Kopperschmidt (Germany)
- Helge Lorenz (Germany)
- Toni Ginsel (Germany): webmaster
- Fred Burnett (England): editor, Jazz Northwest
- Chris Robins (England)
- Frank Feeney (England)
- Martin Mycock (England)
- Kjell Wiklund (Sweden)
- Jim Armstrong (Canada): trumpeter (Grand Dominon Jazz Band) and self-described "#1 Chris Barber fan"
- Jeff Shucard (Canada): leader of Sweet Papa Lowdown
- Ivan Spring (Canada)
- Gordon Bull (England)
- Geoff Boxell (New Zealand): webmaster
- Diana Robinson (USA): Secretary for the Chris Barber Band in the 1950s
- Nick Jackson (Canada): web-page design assistance
- Hans Barth (Netherlands)
- Jeff Van Horn (Austin, Texas, USA)
- Ray Green (New Zealand)
- Guillermo Álvarez (Spain)
- Poul Villum (Denmark)
- Gilbert Voisin (France)
- Erwin Prieß (Germany)
- David Drinkwater (Spain)
- Gunnar Olsen (Denmark)
- Bill Bibby (England)
- Thomas Sobczak (Germany)
- Peter Holenstein (Italy)
- Brian Harvey (UK): Webmaster and DJ for the Hot Jazz Channel
- Alan Grubb (UK)
- Alex Hosking (Australia)
- Keith Scott (England)
- Bernard Flegar (Germany)
- Lothar Brendel (Germany)
- Keith Payne (England)
- Danny Rouwenhorst (Netherlands)
- Sep Troelstra (Netherlands)
- Chrissie Napier (UK)
- John Westwood (Spain): drummer on Chris Barber's first recordings in 1949
- Ingemar Perup (Uppsala, Sweden)
- Todd Allen (Canada): co-webmaster of Cyril Davies -- British Blues Harp Pioneer
- David Booker (USA)
- Peter Brennecke (Germany)
- Roland Wildi (Liechtenstein)
- Sandy Letham (UK).
Steve Trump (UK).
Bert Brandsma (Netherlands)
||Thanks to all of the above people for their help in constructing, adding to, and maintaining this website ~ Ed Jackson. Please send me an e-mail message if you have any questions or comments. (Commercial enquiries -- bookings, concerts, etc. -- should be directed to Wim Wigt Productions).
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