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David John Knights

28 June 1945, Islington, London

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 Main instrument: Bass Guitar

 

Procol Harum records
Whiter Shade of Pale / Lime Street Blues (45 RPM)
Procol Harum
Shine on Brightly
A Salty Dog

Other bands: Ruby

Tunes Music Network on Dave Knights
Managing Mickey Jupp
Brooker on Knights

Dennis Weinreich, who through his connections with Chris Cooke became the producer of Procol Harum's live albums in the second decade of the 21st century, writes: 'David Knights went into artist management in the late 70s. He looked after performers and producers. I was one of his clients until about 1980 / 81. We remained friends for a time, then drifted apart. He was a good manager and very knowledgeable, likable, and held in high regard.'

Curious and pleasant that Dave Knights is the only member or ex-member of Procol Harum who gets this annual recognition from the USA's Boston Globe newspaper.

Thanks, Tom

 


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