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Mike Finnigan (organ,piano,and vocal) – Mike started playing professionally in 1964 in Kansas. He then moved to Wichita and travelled the country with The Serfs. It was during a trip to New York City that Mike recorded with Jimi Hendrix, a session that resulted in 'Electric Ladyland.' In 1972, Michael formed Finnigan and Wood. In 1975, Mike put down roots in Los Angeles where he pursued more group and solo recordings while at the same time touring and recording with Crosby, Stills and Nash, Dave Mason, Etta James, Dr John and Carlos Santana. Mike won a W.C. Handy Award for his work with Taj Mahal. Mike Finnigan Discography 1968 Jimi Hendrix: Electric Ladyland Reprise Records 1969 Shel Silverstein: Freakin' at the Freakers Ball 1970 Big Brother & the Holding Company: Be a Brother 1970 Jerry Hahn: Jerry Hann's Brotherhood 1971 Big Brother & the Holding Company: How Hard It Is 1972 Finnigan & Wood: Crazed Hipsters 1974 Dave Mason: Dave Mason 1976 Mike Finnigan: Mike Finnigan Warner Brothers 1976 Funky Kings: Funky Kings 1976 Maria Muldaur: Sweet Harmony 1976 Dave Mason: Certified Live Columbia Records 1977 Blood, Sweat & Tears Brand New Day 1977 CSN: CSN Atlantic Records 1977 Dave Mason: Let It Flow 1978 Mike Finnigan: Black & White Columbia Records 1978 Les Dudek : Ghost Town Parade 1978 Stephen Stills: Thoroughfare Gap Columbia Records 1978 Brian Cadd: Yesterdaydream 1978 Dudek Finnigan Krueger: DFK Band Special Tour Sampler 1978 Jim Krueger: Sweet Salvation 1978 Maria Muldaur: Southern Winds 1978 Ben Sidran: Little Kiss in the Night 1978 Dave Mason: Mariposa de Oro 1978 Rod Stewart: Blondes Have More Fun Warner Bros. 1979 Jennifer Warnes: Shot through the Heart 1979 Richard T Bear: Red Hot & Blue 1980 Dudek Finnigan Krueger: DFK Band Columbia Records 1979 Marc Tanner: No Escape 1980 Various Artist: Havana Jam Columbia Records 1980 Black Rose: Black Rose 1980 Max Gronenthal: Max 1980 Dave Mason: Old Crest on a New Wave 1981 Dave Mason: Some Assembly Required 1981 Les Dudek: Gypsy Ride 1981 Dan Fogelberg: Innocent Age 1981 Ringo Starr: Stop & Smell the Roses 1982 CSN: Daylight Again Atlantic Records 1983 CSN: Allies Atlantic Records 1984 Stephen Stills: Right by You Atlantic Records 1987 Dave Mason: Two Hearts 1988 CSNY: American Dream Atlantic Records 1989 David Crosby: Oh Yes I Can A&M Records 1989 Green on Red: This Time Around 1990 Dan Fogelberg: Wild Places 1990 John Hiatt: Stolen Moments 1991 Alice Cooper: Hey Stoopid 1991 James Ingram: Power of Great Music: The Best of 1991 CSN: Crosby, Stills & Nash Box Set 1991 Manhattan Transfer: Offbeat of Avenues 1992 Leonard Cohen: Future 1993 I Mother Earth: Dig 1994 CSN: After the Storm 1995 Corey Stevens: Blue Drops of Rain 1995 Joshua Kadison: Delilah Blue 1995 David Crosby: It's All Coming Back To Me Now Atlantic Records 1996 Compilation: Take a Bite Outta This Vol 1. Overture Records 1996 David Crosby: King Biscuit Presents David Crosby King Biscuit Records 1997 Prefontaine Movie Soundtrack: Prefontaine 1997 Corey Stevens: Road to Zen 1998 Etta James: Life, Love & The Blues 1998 Andy Griffith: Just as I Am: 30 Favorite Old Time 1999 CSNY: Looking Forward Reprise Records Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.