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Alan Caddy (2 February 194016 August 2000) was a guitarist, arranger, record producer and session musician.

He was born in Chelsea, Londonmarker and educated at Emanuel Schoolmarker, and the Royal Academy of Musicmarker. He was lead guitarist in Johnny Kidd & The Pirates and perhaps more famously, The Tornados, the latter of whom had the Joe Meek produced hit single, "Telstar" in 1962.

Caddy later worked as music director and arranger for Polydor Records and for the singer Steve Rowland. However, Rowland's career failed to ignite and instead became a producer for the Fontana record label, later calling in Caddy to arrange material for Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich. Caddy also played on sessions and worked on arrangements for Tony Blackburn, Elkie Brooks, the Spencer Davis Group, Kiki Dee, Pretty Things and Dusty Springfield.

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