1966. Fleur De Lys.

  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 on. […]

1965. The Sons Of Fred. “On The Level”. Parlophone Records. London, England.

This mag­a­zine got things a bit wrong…we nev­er had any­thing at all to do with the group, “Odyssey”. I’m sure they were a won­der­ful band. FI began play­ing bass and a lit­tle key­boards with the Sons of Fred in 1963…we turned pro in 1964. We record­ed at E.M.I (lat­er Abbey Road) in Lon­don for the E.M.I. Parlophone […]

1965. The Sons Of Fred. “You Told Me”. Parlophone Records. London, England.

  I don’t recall why we had cig­a­rettes stick­ing out of our mouths…thought it looked cool I sup­pose 🙂 I began play­ing bass and a lit­tle key­boards with the Sons of Fred in 1963…we turned pro in 1964. We record­ed at E.M.I (lat­er Abbey Road) in Lon­don for the E.M.I. Par­lophone label, and toured all over playing […]