Saxofone, horns and other assorted instruments during Roger Waters "Dark Side of the Moon" tour (2008).
But also on horns and as producer using a Fairlight, the Emulators and drum machines.
In the 70-ies with theater-rock group called Deaf Schooland they became very popular, with links to Madness, Muff Winwood, Mutt Langer
and the Planets (check out his own website for details).
In the early 80-ies in Fame, Haze, the Shunters, and the Belverders (with Lu Edmonds (the Damned) and John Moss (Culture Club).
With the band Miro Miroehe released 3 singles.
Godley and Creme,
The Beach Boys,
Dead Or Alive,
The Big Dish,
Beggars and Co,
Roger Waters (Radio Kaos),
Technolgie (techno in NY in '90-92),
"Lonely Planet" series ( recently retitled "Globetrekker" ),
"The Real James Bond Gadgets" ( featuring Roger Moore )(
and more TV tunes),
Holly Penfield Quintet
Roger Waters live ('06 - '08),
Harry Waters (solo album and Quartet)(2006; Harry Waters: Piano, Ian Ritchie: Tenor Sax, Neville Malcolm: Double-Bass, Seb Rochford: Drums
Chester Kamen: Guitar on "Jarretts Dream" )(another session with Harry & Ian, Yarron Stavi: Double-Bass, Matt Holme: Drums),
John Henry Lambertís, "Gone Away",
Unitopia live 2010! (Prog Rock from Australia on tour in Europe).
and many more.
Ian Ritchie's SOHO Project
Is a jazz quartet with:
Ian Ritchie - tenor and soprano saxes,
Tom Fry - double bass,
Oded Kafri - drums,
Alex Hutton - piano.
Ian during the "Dark side of the Moon Tour".
Updated 02 September 2010 by Nick.