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  1. Band's third album "Prince Rupert Awakes" - Jon Anderson ( of band "Yes") vocals All other songs - Gordon Haskell (vocals) Album is another outcome of Robert Fripp 's creative musical mind mixed w Pete Sinfield lyrics.......
  2. RIP Keith Flint - vocalist Somehow disturbing.....
  3. Love his (Tony Hill) voice even though ( or maybe that's why I do) I deem it somehow sinister...... Probably one of the most underrated bands ever... Peculiar (in the least) lyrics....... ........"Born from the carnage and cast into darkness / Hailed are the priests of dualities / Fragrant the blossom and deadly the thorn / Some born from sorrow and some from scorn / Slowly we walked to the sound of the sunlight / Down to the valley as morning grew / Show me your words I was turning to say / When came the sting to my tasteless game".........
  4. Magic album
  7. Featuring keyboardist Keith Emerson ( later to found ELP .....RIP) at age 24... Likely greatest keyboardist in pop-rock history.... Right after him for me there's Rick Van Der Linden-RIP of Dutch band Ekseption...JMHO Got overwhelmed when I heard this for the 1st tme......I was around 16.....
  8. From "Three Friends" 1972
  9. 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
  10. 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 This song has a very special atmosphere ( for me at least...) RIP John...Thank you
  11. RIP Jack Bruce - bass, vocals, composer & Ginger Baker - drums
  12. From "On The Road" rec'd live in Germany
  14. From "Yessongs" RIP Chris Squire (bass) Spectacular Steve Howe ( guitar) 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
  15. Stunningly beautiful work of music...JMHO
  17. Fmr. "Genesis" drummer & late vocalist ( 1976 and on) after Peter Gabriel had left
  18. RIP John Strummer
  19. YES keyboardist Saw him twice...First time with a group of musicians ( not Yes) at Crystal Palace, London 1974.....It was a 8-hr long mega concert with many bands ( Procol Harum, Leo Sayer etc) Second time with Yes at the Oakland, CA Coliseum in 1977
  21. RIP Paul Kossoff ( guitar) & Andy Fraser ( bass)
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