Rick Price

Rick Price joined The Move in 1969 just in time to wax the classic slab Shazam - save for one track by bassist Tony Visconti.

After splitting from the band, which morphed into the Electric Light Orchestra (Rick’s bass parts were wiped off their debut platter) Price joined his ex-Move mate Roy Wood in the experimental glam pop collective Wizzard, wherein he cut two discs amid the war-paint, freakish costumes, and pageantry.

Currently anchoring The Rockin’ Berries, Rick also collaborated with Mike Sheridan on various recordings magnificently traversing pop and art-rock as captured on the archival This is To Certify (1970).