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For the blogroll return, you must change your blog address to the new standard Blogger: https. Otherwise, it will not appear. Their places were taken by Dick Heckstall-Smith saxophone, also a member of Colosseum and another graduate of Guildhall and Louis Borenius drums. That line-up made their debut in with Strange News, an album recorded at an original valve studio in Chiswick Reach, which included six Eastwood originals. Post a Comment. Saturday, September 24, Alan James Eastwood - Seeds uk, brilliant trippy prog folk with awesome orchestral arrangements, korean limited edition.
Alan Eastwood was well known as a great drummer but his talents extended to singing and also songwriting at which he was prolific. The band also recorded under the name 'The Merseyboys' and had a now rare album of Beatles songs released on the famous Vee-Jay label in the U. Alan Eastwood continued to work in the music business and spent his later years in London where he lived until his death from heart failure. He never really got the recognition he deserved but was a talented musician who was well respected in the local music community.
From my own memories of Alan, I recall his upbeat energy and sense of humour and of course he just loved to sing and play his guitar to the family.
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