Is a guitarist and songwriter, mostly known for his membership of the band Gravy Train and the Christian groups the Alwyn Wall Band and the Barratt Band.The band Gravy Train was formed in 1970 and they signed a two-album deal with Vertigo Records. The two
Was an English cricketer who played mainly for Surrey in a first-class career that lasted from 1872 to 1886. A left-arm slow roundarm bowler with a remarkable capacity for drift, his most famous achievement was to take all ten wickets in an innings for the Players against the Australians in 1878. On three occasions, he took over 100 wickets in a season. Barratt played only one further first-class match after leaving Surrey, turning out in July, 1886 for CI Thornton's XI against the Australians. Although he was no longer playing for Surrey, the county granted him a benefit match at The Oval in 1887, the fixture against Yorkshire. He occasionally umpired during his playing career as this was part of the duties of senior professionals on the Oval staff. He was one of the umpires used in major matches during 1889 and 1890, standing in seventeen first class matches.