"He is a proper blues singer, Victor, although he has the air of the Edwardian impressario towards the musicians who are fortunate enough to play with him. When it feels right for a guitar solo, he shouts out to whoever is on the guitar. It may be Chris "Dangerous" Jones (whom I consider to be his best guitarist) on his worse-for-wear Sunburst Strat. It may be "Sparky" Clarke, whose playing bears a striking resemblance to that of Albert King. It could be Nick Middleton whom I am afraid I have yet to hear although I am told his talents are formidable too. The harp player may be Graham Roberts, Clive Mellor, D J Kane, or Scotty Davis. Bass guitar may be Steve Ojay, Paul Brierly, or Steve Drummond (apologies to those I don't know). I do not know the names of all the drummers I have seen playing with Victor; I believe one of them is named Bill."
"Talking of soloists I am not forgetting Doc Holliday who provides help in the way of plumbing, nor am I forgetting Victor's own horn-playing on these strange-looking silver instruments he always has handy. I must include too the guy who sits on the side and plays African drums."
Nick says: "this link (which) has rare photo’s of Victor Brox, Paul ‘Dangerous’ Jones and myself Nick ‘Sparky’ Clarke, recording ‘Cold Blooded Women’ for Paul Jones radio BBC 2 show. Circa late 80’s."
Nick ' Sparky' Clarke also says: "I've also put up some MP3's on my other
site of some tracks I recorded with Victor and No Change in 1979-80. These are
the earliest studio recordings of 'Cold Blooded Woman' and 'Freedom Train' -
I've also done a ProTools remix of Freedom Train . I rediscovered dozens of
master tapes so I will be slowly digitizing them over the next year."