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Liquorice John Death

This band consisted of Procol Harum members Gary Brooker, Robin Trower, Chris Copping and B.J. Wilson (all of who had also played together in the early '60s in The Paramounts), with Jack Lancaster, who co-founded the band Blodwyn Pig, adding some saxophone. This album was recorded in 1970 after Procol Harum had finished recording their album Home. It consists mostly of old favorites the band had played back in their Paramounts days. The tapes for the album were lost until sometime in the 1990s. The album was released in 1997. The band name and the album name were both suggeste ...read more

This band consisted of Procol Harum members Gary Brooker, Robin Trower, Chris Copping and B.J. Wilson (all of who had also played together in the early '60s in The Paramounts), with Jack Lancaster, who co-founded the band Blodwyn Pig, adding some saxophone. This album was recorded in 1970 after Procol Harum had finished recording their album Home. It consists mostly of old favorites the band had played back in their Paramounts days. The tapes for the album were lost until sometime in the 1990s. The album was released in 1997. The band name and the album name were both suggested by a friend of the band named Dave Mundie. He also created the album cover. Mundie committed suicide in 1970. He was remembered by Procol Harum in the song "For Liquorice John" on their 1973 Grand Hotel album. « hide

Similar Bands: Procol Harum, Gary Brooker, Robin Trower, The Paramounts

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