Dick Clay and Andy Macgill formed the band "Bop City" in the late 1970s after the folding of "The New Metronome All Stars". Like their earlier band, several different styles sit slightly uneasily together - jazz, blues, rock - but the rough rehearsal recordings, below, show that a more coherent style was beginning to emerge. The band played regularly at the "Cherry Tree" (an important rock venue in Leeds at the time) before vocalist Karen Davis moved away and the band broke up.

Young drummer Robin Aspland went on to become a successful jazz pianist.The fifth member of the band was Andy's then wife, Sally Macgill.
Karen Davis  (Vocals)
Dick Clay  (Vocals/Guitar)
Andrew Macgill (Keyboard)
Sally Macgill  (Bass)
Robin Aspland  (Drums)

   Stiletto heel
   No satisfaction
   Kitchen man