1971–1972. Me playing my trusty old 63 Jazz bass with “The Long John Baldry Blues Band” somewhere in America in 1971. I enjoyed playing with the band immensely but Micky Waller and I later left to move to California. Earlier in 1970, when I was still living with “Stoneground” in Mill Valley, I had talked […]
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1971. Long John Baldry Blues Band. After completing “Every Picture Tells a Story” in London, I joined the “Long John Baldry Blues Band” on bass for their first tour of the US. It was a great band that included Ian Armitt on piano, Sammy Mitchell on guitar and Micky Waller on drums. John was […]
1971. “Every Picture Tells a Story” Rod Stewart. “Every Picture Tells a Story” Pete Sears piano. Ron Wood Lead Guitar. “Seems Like a Long Time”. Pete Sears piano. “That’s alright Mama”. Pete Sears piano. “Maggie May”. Pete Sears Celeste. “Reason To Believe” Original mono 45rpm single mix. Pete Sears Celeste. This was the third solo […]
Pete Sears on the Long John Baldry Tour, 1971.