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Andy McCulloch was a drummer for several different bands in the 1970s.

McCulloch played with a number of bands and artists, mainly in the progressive rock genre, including Fields, Greenslade, Manfred Mann, Anthony Phillips, and King Crimson. After drumming for Manfred Mann in early 1970, he was became Michael Giles' initial replacement in King Crimson. He appeared on just one King Crimson album, the jazz-influenced Lizard, released in 1970, as part of a lineup of the band that never played live.

He joined Greenslade in 1972, and left the band in 1975. He appeared on a 1980 release by Anthony Phillips, and no information about his activities has come to light since.

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