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  2. Composed by D.Bowie Ian Hunter - vocals
  5. P.1 00:00 P.2 25:30 The entire album is highly enjoyable imo.... I particularly love the beginning of P.2 @ 25:30 ...To me absolutely extraordinary The music press wrote a lot about it when it came out in 1973 as it was deemed very original at the time....And different from the rest ( for that time )
  6. I used to have the 45 rpm....Eons ago (I'm old...)...Was quite a hit in Europe at the end of the 60's
  7. YES bassist Saw him in 1977 with Yes at the Oakland, CA Coliseum..... He used to have a typical, peculiar sound ( thanks also to his Rickenbacker instrument)....Great
  8. Big hit in Europe 1979/80 Dutch TV RIP Eddie Amoo
  9. RIP Ginger Baker ( drums)
  10. Band's 2nd album
  11. From "One The Road" rec'd live in Germany
  12. Saw him in concert here in Italy circa 1979 in Bologna, my University town....Really good... He'd play alone on stage with just his guitar and pre-recorded bases The song "Solid air" has a very special atmosphere ( for me at least...) RIP John...Thank you
  13. " To Live And Die In LA" - 1985 (directed by William Friedkin, starring W.Petersen, W.Dafoe, J.Pankow, J.Turturro etc) soundtrack
  16. From "Yessongs" RIP Chris Squire (bass) Saw them in October 1977 at the Oakland, CA. Coliseum....An undescribable emotion for me back then ( I was 20).....Great 3hr.long concert....Donovan Leitch ("Mellow Yellow" etc) was the opener
  17. In the above pic I think he looks a lot like (a young) Wesley Snipes
  18. From "A Trick Of The Tail" 1976 1st album where drummer Phil Collins replaced Peter Gabriel (who had left group) as lead vocalist...He (Phil) was band's vocalist for a few years before taking a solo career
  19. Love his music...Deeply
  20. Great band...Much underrated John Gustafson-RIP - bass, vocals Peter Robinson....really good keyboardist Mick Underwood - drums Rec'd in 1970 (that's half a century ago....Damn)
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