Geoff Whitehorn, Dave Bronze, Gary Brooker, Matthew Fisher, Ian Wallace – Estonia, 1993
Do you ever just think of old memories and say, “Damn, I miss my old friends.”?
Matthew Fisher – never flashy, but soft-spoken and unassuming
News photo from 10 January 1964. The Paramounts provided the music at a Shirley
Robin Trower, Gary Brooker, Shirley Bassey, Diz Derrick and BJ Wilson
Dated 15 July 1967, this is an excerpt showing BJ Wilson and Robin Trower which
appeared in NME (New Musical Express), a British music paper
which was published weekly for 66 years, beginning in the ’50s, and championed new British groups that were emerging at that time
Unfortunately, when I originally saved this clipping about the Paramounts, my
unorganised self failed to identify
when I saved it, or from whence it came. I think perhaps it originated from David’s Rock Scrapbook.
I have no idea who David is or how I found his scrapbook. David’s Scrapbook also deprives me of learning
further information about this cutting, so that’s I’ll I’ve got, folks!
(L-R – Gary Brooker, Robin Trower, Mick Brownlee and Chris Copping) Credit goes
to Jill McMahon for the photo,
taken on 17 December 2005 in Southend. Credit also to BtP who originally posted this photo – seen here!
A 23-year old Gary Brooker – little did he realise what awaits
Without exception, a tour de force
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