2013. (1966) “You’ve Got To Earn It”. Fleur De Lys. Acid Jazz Records just released this CD of a band I played piano in for a while back in 1966, England. I’m second from the left on the cover photo. Singer, guitarist Phil Sawyer standing in the back second from the right next to drummer […]
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2009. “CIRCLES” A book is written about “Fleur de Lys” the band I played with in 1966. By Paul “Smiler” Anderson & Damien Jones. They interviewed me about my period with the band. I met Brian Epstein when he was promoting a show we did with Eddie Floyd (Knock on Wood) in London. I also […]
2009. Rare Mod Volume 2. A compilation CD of different bands from the British music scene of the 1960’s. It includes a track from the “Fleur de lys”…a band I played keyboards in for a while in 1966. — with Les Fleur de Lys.
1997 Les Fleur De Lys “Reflections” CD release of an English band I was with for a while in 1966…that’s me standing on the right with the leather jacket. — with Les Fleur de Lys, Phil Sawyer, Chris Andrews and Gordon Haskell. Tag PhotoAdd LocationEdit
“English Freakbeat” Vol 1–3 One of several compilation albums featuring mid 1960’s English rock bands. Another album was called “Early British R&B”. They all include tracks from my first professional band “The Sons Of Fred” from our 1964–65 recordings at E.M.I. Studios (later renamed Abbey Road) in London.
Another shot of “Fleur De Lys.” Left to Right: Phil Sawyer (who left to replace Stevie Winwood in the Spencer Davies Group), Chris Andrews (who played Oliver Twist on Broadway in London) Keith Gunter (founder of Fleur De Lys), Gordon Haskell (Ruperts People, King Crimson). I’m standing on the far right with a leather coat […]
1966, somewhere in England. Fleur de Lys…me 2nd from left, the second English band I played with for a bit. We played mostly Motown style music. I played piano with this band. We once opened for Eddie Floyd (Knock on Wood) in London, and Brian Epstein (Manager of the Beatles who was promoting the show) dropped by our dressing room with a bottle of Champagne.