Gary Brooker making sure all is finely calibrated
Ball as seen in The Independent on 28 May 2015, and pictured on stage in
“I was born a show-off” said Ball.
Matthew Fisher on the organ reflecting pianistic and symphonic elements.
Gary Brooker – the song has ended but the melody lingers on
Geoff Dunn – a great
player with a diverse career, having also played with Van Morrison, Jimmy
Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Ray Charles, Bono, Joe Cocker and others!
Geoff Dunn, world-class drummer
Gary Brooker – is he perplexed and bewildered? Or perhaps annoyed and aggravated?
Alan Cartwright, bassist. Once he joined the band it allowed Chris Copping to concentrate solely on the organ parts.
Newspaper article on
Dave Knights. I have no idea which newspaper or the date of publication.
But love the last paragraph: “He never moves but just stands here and plays in his black frock coat
looking for all the world like an undertaker’s assistant!”
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