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  2. When SAHB split up, in 1978, they decided to tour as the Zal Band, recruited The Tubes' vocalist Leroi Jones and 19-year-old Billy Rankin on guitar, who later played with Nazareth. In 1979 Cleminson joined Nazareth and recorded two albums with them, 1979's No Mean City and 1980's Malice in Wonderland. He also worked with Tandoori Cassette, who ...

  3. The release of the album coincided with Nazareth's fortieth anniversary tour, which started on 25 January in Sweden and visited most of Europe, finished on 4 November 2008 in Norway. A follow up album, Big Dogz , was released on 15 April 2011.

  4. Real Name: Alistair Macdonald Cleminson. Profile: British rock guitarist and vocalist, born 4 May 1949 in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland. He began his career in the late-1960s. His first band 'Tear Gas' morphed into the backing band for Alex Harvey, and when that band split in 1977, he and other members continued on as The Zal Band, before he joined Nazareth in 1979.

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  6. Sep 15, 2019 · Cleminson continued performing under the name The Zal Band. In 1979, he joined another classic Scottish band, Nazareth, with whom he released “No Mean City” and “Malice in Wonderland.” Later on, Cleminson worked as a session musician, did several short-lived reunions with different incarnations of SAHB, and performed with various bands ...

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