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  4. RIP John Strummer
  5. Vid shot in Germany Saw them in the 80's.....Great concert
  6. Dave Mason ( who wrote song) is the lead vocalist here ( not Steve Winwood, the usual vocalist in the band & leader) To me Mason's voice is sooo similar to Stephen Stills' (at least in this song) ...JMHO
  8. Bryan Ferry - vocals The other important member of the band (who then left and went on with a solo career of prog albums & soundtracks) is / was keyboardist Brian Eno
  9. Was lucky enough to see them live in the late 80's in my hometown....Great band...Pied Piper indeed stunning...... RIP Glenn Cornick - bass
  11. To me "Formentera Lady" is an absolute masterpiece Lineup: Robert Fripp – guitar, mellotron, harmonium (6), sundry implements, production Peter Sinfield – lyrics, sounds and visions, cover design and painting, production Mel Collins – saxophones, flute, bass flute (6), backing vocals, production Ian Wallace – drums, percussion, backing vocals, production Boz (RIP) – bass, lead vocals, choreography, production plus additional personnel The original United Kingdom and European cover depicts the Trifid Nebula in Sagittarius and displays neither the name of the band nor the title
  12. From "Foxtrot" 1972 Keyboardist Tony Banks AKA King of Mellotron for the way he has mastered the instrument
  14. RIP Jack Bruce - bass, vocals, composer & Ginger Baker - drums
  15. In the above pic I think he looks a lot like (a young) Wesley Snipes
  16. RIP Chris Squire - bass
  17. Rick Wakeman (YES keyboardist) on piano
  18. Saw him in concert here in Italy circa 1979 in Bologna, my University town....Really good...RIP He'd play alone on stage with just his guitar and pre-recorded bases This song has a very special atmosphere ....
  19. RIP John Bonham (drums) Dedicated whole-heartedly to fmr. Italian minister of Interior affairs ( mr. Niceguy "I ain't no fascist"....LIAR) Matteo Salvini and his ( and his party "League" colleagues) anti-immigrant and racist policy....Also to Giorgia Meloni ( of far right wing party "Brothers of Italy").... And other big-shot politicians internationally
  20. I. "Father's Shout" II. "Breast Milky" III. "Mother Fore" IV. "Funky Dung" V. "Mind Your Throats Please" VI. "Remergence"
  21. From their best (IMHO) album "Deep Purple In Rock" 1970 All below songs are performed by the classic / epic somehow DP lineup ( Deep Purple In Rock, Fireball, Machine Head, Who Do We Think We Are, Made In Japan (live) albums ) Ritchie Blackmore – guitar Jon Lord (RIP) – keyboards, organ Ian Paice – drums, percussion Ian Gillan – lead vocals Roger Glover – bass This lineup ( the second one in the band's history) then crumbled after a few years mainly because there was a bad fight going on for quite some time between (great) vocalist Ian Gillan and Ritchie Blackmore ( acknowledged by many as an excellent guitarist but also crazy like a horse) They had gotten to the point of beating each other in a few occasions mainly due to Blackmore's temper........ Can't recall exactly...But one of those 2 (or both maybe) left the band
  22. RIP Mike Patto (vocals) & Ollie Halsall ( guitar, vibraphone)
  23. 1. Time Was 0:00 2. Sometime World 9:35 3. Blowin’ Free 16:30 4. The King Will Come 21:25 5. Leaf and Stream 28:25 6. Warrior 32:20 7. Throw Down the Sword 38:00
  24. 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
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