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Moogy Klingman Associated acts Utopia Mark "Moogy" Klingman (born 7 September 1950, in New York City, New York, USA), was a founding member of Todd Rundgren's musical team Utopia and later became a solo recording artist and songwriter. History The biography of Mark Klingman, and how he acquired his nickname of "Moogy," were not widely known as of January 2010.[citation needed] Klingman's association with Todd Rundgren commenced in 1969. Moogy was the original keyboardist for Todd Rundgren and Utopia. He played on 10 Todd Rundgren albums, as well as several Utopia albums. Klingman played keyboards and produced a record for Bob Dylan - "Buckets of Rain" - a duet Dylan did with Bette Midler. Through Rundgren, Klingman became the executive producer and musical director of the Music From Free Creek "supersession" project, which featured the participation of such internationally renowned artists as Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Keith Emerson, Mitch Mitchell, Harvey Mandel and Linda Ronstadt.[1] He has also played live for Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, Buzzy Linhart and in the 90's - with members of the Allman Brothers/Gov't Mule and a summer tour with blues legend, Bo Diddley. Klingman has performed at many legendary venues with various groups. From Carnegie Hall to Radio City Music hall from NYC's Bottom line to Live radio concerts on WBAI FM and K-ROCK. Klingman is the co-founder of the band The Peaceniks, along with Barry Gruber. Kingman has had solo albums out on Capitol and EMI records, as well as on his own label. Klingman has released several solo albums containing songs that went on to be recorded by people like Johnny Winter, Eric Clapton, Barry Manilow, Bette Midler, Todd Rundgren and others. He wrote the song "Dust in the Wind" (not to be confused with the hit song of the same name by Kansas), which Todd Rundgren recorded on his Something/Anything? album and Guns N' Roses have occasionally performed live in concert. Klingman collaborated with William "Buzzy" Linhart on the authorship and composition of the selection (You Got To Have) Friends, which soon became Bette Midler's de facto theme song. He produced and played keyboards for Midler on her "Songs for the New Depression". Klingman has played, recorded and/or had his songs covered by many rock legends, including Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Berry, Luther Vandross, Bob Dylan, Bo Diddley, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Allan Woody and Warren Haynes from the Allman Brothers & Gov't Mule. Klingman has also worked with great female rockers like Carly Simon, Cindy Lauper, Shawn Colvin, Irene Cara, and Thelma Houston. Klingman also played in the "Moogy/Woody Band" with Allman Brothers alumni Allan Woody, and Warren Haynes. A recent benefit concert (Feb 2011) for Klingman's medical expenses due to cancer saw the original Todd Rundgren's Utopia, featuring Ralph Schuckett, Kevin Ellman, John Siegler and Klingman, reunite on stage for the first time in well over thirty years. References ^ Interview with Moogy Klingman by I.C. Timerow, 2001; www.moogymusic.com. External links Moogy Klingman's official website Moogy Klingman Discography Moogy's official myspace page Moogy Klingman 2007 audio interview on RundgrenRadio.com Moogy Klingman 2009 audio interview on RundgrenRadio.com Moogy Klingman 2010 audio interview on RundgrenRadio.com Video of Moogy Music performing the song Alligator On My Trail Video of Moogy Music performing the song Let Me Just Follow Behind v · d · eUtopia Todd Rundgren • Roger Powell • Kasim Sulton • Willie Wilcox Kevin Ellman • Mark "Moogy" Klingman • M. Frog Labat • Ralph Schuckett • John Siegler Studio albums Todd Rundgren's Utopia (1974)  • Ra (1977)  • Oops! Wrong Planet (1977)  • Adventures in Utopia (1980)  • Deface the Music (1980)  • Swing to the Right (1982)  • Utopia (1982)  • Oblivion (1984)  • P.O.V. (1985) Live albums Another Live (1975)  • Redux '92: Live in Japan (1992)  • Deface The Music Tour (live) (2001)  • Oops! Wrong Planet Tour (Japan) (live) (2001)  • Last of the New Wave Riders (live) (2003) • Last of the New Wave Riders (17 tracks) (live) (2008) Compilation albums Trivia (1986) Anthology (1974-1985)  • Passport Collection (1996) • Oblivion, POV & Some Trivia (1996)  • City in My Head (1999)  • Rhino Hi-Five: Utopia (2006) Singles "Communion with the Sun" • "Love Is the Answer" • "Set Me Free" • "The Very Last Time" • "Second Nature" • "I Just Want to Touch You" • "One World" • "Lysistrata" • "Hammer in My Heart" • "Feet Don't Fail Me Now" • "Crybaby" • "Love With a Thinker" • "Mated" Videos/DVDs An Evening with Utopia (1983)  • The Utopia Sampler (1983)  • A Retrospective 1977-1984 (1985)  • Live at the Royal Oak (1985)  • Redux '92: Live in Japan (1994)  • A Retrospective: 1977-1984 (2000)  • Live in Columbus, Ohio 1980 (2003)  • Live in Boston 1982 (2004) Persondata Name Klingman, Moogy Alternative names Short description Date of birth 7 September 1950 Place of birth Date of death Place of death