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Mr. Tony Chapman

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Background Information

Employment History

Technology Officer

Sonder Agency

Front End Developer

The Envoy Group


Archivist and Historian
LST & Landing Craft Association

The Herd


Art College

UC Santa Barbara

Web References (102 Total References)

Tony Chapman - LST & ... [cached]

Tony Chapman - LST & Landing Craft Association writes: - "There were two flotillas of LCTs assigned (May 1944) to carry in the DD Shermans on to Gold Beach on the morning of 6th June 1944, the 15th (Mk3) LCT Flotilla of 'D' LCT Squadron were assigned to Assault Group G1, the craft assigned being LCTs 442, 466, 467, 468, 469, 470 and 476, with them, still 15th Flotilla, were the


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Stanley Galik - LCI 35 - Ships Cook 2/c US Navy WWII - LCI 35 1944 - North Africa [cached]

Additional information pertaining to the LCI (L) 35 landing at Sword Beach was initially provided by Tony Chapman, the official archivist for the British LCI and LCT Association.

The information below regarding the Sword Beach landings was provided by Tony Chapman and Richard Anderson.
Tony indicated that they suffered "grievously" going ashore at Sword. Tony also indicated that the reserve British 9th Brigade of Assault Group S1 was the last assault group at Sword Beach.
First Landing Shells are Popping
Dad captioned the photo above "First Landing-Shells are Popping".
Tony also raised an interesting point while providing information on the Sword Beach landings.

Sing This Song Together A to D [cached]

Tony Chapman

Along with Mike Avory and Carlo Little, Tony Chapman was a drummer the Stones used in their first year of existence, before they got a hold of Charlie permanently.
When the Stones first recorded demos at a studio in London in October 1962, Chapman was the drummer.
Chapman was eventually fired by the Stones because they didn't find him good enough, but Bill Wyman, as we all know, decided to stay.
Some songs that Wyman and Chapman apparently wrote together and were recorded by Chapman and other people in the mid-60s were recently released (1999) as The Rare Recordings of Moon Train, produced by Bill.
Chapman then formed The Herd with Steve Carroll.
One day we picked up a drummer called Tony Chapman who was our first regular drummer. Terrible. One of the worst... cat would start a number and end up either four times as fast as he started it or three times as slow.

Chronicle 1962 [cached]

August 1962: Drummer Tony Chapman, from Bill Wyman's group the Cliftons, answers an ad placed by

Keith Richards: Tony Chapman
One day we picked up a drummer called Tony Chapman who was our first regular drummer. Terrible. One of the worst... cat would start a number and end up either 4 times as fast as he started it or 3 times as slow.
Club. Bass players change for different gigs, as do drummers (Tony Chapman, Steve Harris, Carlo
Stu drifted with us for some reason... (So one day we said to Tony Chapman), Hey, Tony, d'y'know any bass players? He said, I do know one.

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