Mo Foster obituary

My friend and neighbour Mo Foster, who has died aged 78, was a session bass guitar player in the 1970s and 80s working with such people as Jeff Beck, Phil Collins, Gerry Rafferty, Joan Armatrading and Gary Moore.

Over the years he played on a number of hit singles including Don’t Cry for Me Argentina by Julie Covington (1976), I Could Be So Good for You by Dennis Waterman (1979) and No One is to Blame by Howard Jones (1986), as well as on many albums, including Beck’s There and Back (1980) and Collins’s Hello, I Must Be Going! (1982).

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