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  1. 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 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traffic_(band)
  2. Lovin' this one...One of the best on album imho https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Verve
  3. From "Tarkus" 1971 RIP Keith Emerson & Greg Lake
  4. Vid shot in Germany Saw them in the 80's.....Great concert https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supertramp
  5. 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 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Brown_(musician)
  6. Composed by D.Bowie Ian Hunter - vocals
  7. From "Brain Salad Surgery" 1973 RIP Keith Emerson & Greg Lake A W.Blake poem
  8. RIP Chris Squire (bass) Close To The Ege suite I. "The Solid Time of Change" II. "Total Mass Retain" III. "I Get Up, I Get Down" IV. "Seasons of Man" And You And I I. "Cord of Life" II. "Eclipse" III. "The Preacher, the Teacher" IV. "The Apocalypse" Siberian Khatru Jon Anderson – lead vocals Steve Howe – guitar, backing vocals Chris Squire – bass, backing vocals Rick Wakeman – keyboards Bill Bruford – drums, percussion  Saw them in October 1977 at the Oakland, CA. Coliseum....By then drummer Bill Bruford had already left to join King Crimson and had been replaced by Alan White... Fantastic 3 hr long concert.........Donovan Leitch ("Mellow Yellow" etc) was the opener.......
  9. From "Gravy Train" (1st album) 1970 Norman Barratt (RIP) - vocalist and guitarist J.D. Hughes - keyboards, vocals, wind Les Williams - bass, vocals Barry Davenport - drums
  10. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argent_(band)
  11. https://open.spotify.com/album/76He6FzSilMiPgBA2kvEv2 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gentle_Giant
  12. YES keyboardist https://open.spotify.com/album/7KqisP47OG3PCtbLknLJPT
  13. From their 1st album "Emerson, Lake & Palmer" 1970 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerson,_Lake_%26_Palmer
  14. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beggars_Opera_(band)
  15. From "Yessongs" RIP Chris Squire (bass) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yes_(band) 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
  16. Composed by George Harrison-RIP....He was 24 when he composed this one...... Incredibly beautiful & insightful imho..... We were talking, about the space between us all And the people, who hide themselves behind a wall of illusion Never glimpse the truth, then it's far too late when they pass away We were talking, about the love we all could share When we find it, to try our best to hold it there, with our love With our love we could save the world, if they only knew Try to realize it's all within yourself, no-one else can make you change And to see you're really only very small And life flows on within you and without you We were talking, about the love that's gone so cold And the people who gain the world and lose their soul They don't know, they can't see, are you one of them? When you've seen beyond yourself Then you may find peace of mind is waiting there And the time will come when you see we're all one And life flows on within you and without you "Within You Without You" We're not trying to outwit the public. The whole idea is to try a little bit to lead people into different tastes.[163] – George Harrison, 1967 Harrison wrote the Hindustani classical music-inspired "Within You Without You" after the decision was made to discard "Only a Northern Song".[164] The lyrics reflect Harrison's immersion in the teachings of the Hindu Vedas while its musical form and Indian instrumentation, such as sitar, tabla, dilrubas and tamburas, recall the Hindu devotional tradition known as bhajan.[165] Harrison recorded the song with London-based Indian musicians from the Asian Music Circle; none of the other Beatles participated in the recording.[166] The track features a tempo rubato that is without precedent in the Beatles' catalogue.[167 ] The pitch is derived from the eastern Khamaj scale, which is akin to the Mixolydian mode in the West.[168] MacDonald regards the song as "the most distant departure from the staple Beatles sound in their discography", and a work that represents the "conscience" of the LP through the lyrics' rejection of Western materialism.[169] Womack calls it "quite arguably, the album's ethical soul" as a concise reflection of the Beatles' and the counterculture's perspective during the Summer of Love era.[167] The track ends with a burst of laughter that some listeners interpret as a mockery of the song, but Harrison explained: "It's a release after five minutes of sad music ... You were supposed to hear the audience anyway, as they listen to Sergeant Pepper's Show. That was the style of the album."[170][nb 17] Martin used the moment of levity as a segue for what he describes as the album's "jokey track" – "When I'm Sixty-Four".[172]
  17. From " Look Sharp! " 1st album 1979 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Jackson_(musician)
  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 ( for me at least...) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Martyn
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