Pink punk-haired German rebel still performing in the face of sustained consumer indifference. Duets with a bemused and reluctant Gary on Mack the Knife on a Rock Meets Classic TV show.
Rock's most mould-breaking guitar hero. [see here]
Jumped on stage to jam with Procol in 1967. The sleeve notes to the Repertoire CD reissues seem to claim that Keith Reid wrote songs with Jimi during his period of friendship with him. Two Procol songs have Hendrix allusions: 'Twas Teatime At the Circus and Song for A Dreamer. Something of an influence on Trower's post 71 guitar style.
UK close-harmony group with many hits mostly in the sixties. Still performing.
Gary Brooker was once asked to join them and he also plays on solo recordings by singer Allan Clarke. The Hollies recorded the Brooker-Reid composition Harlequin, quite possibly the only Brooker-Reid song not on a Procol record ever to be covered. It was released on an album in 1979 which was not issued in the USA.
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