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From Wolverhampton, Trapeze formed in 1968 and were one of several acts signed to Moody Blues label Threshold Records. Originally a five piece, after the release of their eponymous first album John Jones (vocal) and Terry Rowley (guitar) were dropped from the line up, leaving Glen Hughes (vocals and bass - who went on to join Deep Purple as a replacement for Roger Glover in late 1973.), Dave Holland (drums, percussion) and Mel Galley (guitar). It was this new line up that went on to record "You Are the Music... We're Just the Band" in 1972, Trapeze's third album. This is classic 70's funk rock at it's best. With original artwork and photos by Fin Costello this is a must for all rock and Deep Purple fans!
From Wolverhampton, Trapeze formed in 1968 and were one of several acts signed to Moody Blues label Threshold Records. Originally a five piece, after the release of their eponymous first album John Jones (vocal) and Terry Rowley (guitar) were dropped from the line up, leaving Glen Hughes (vocals and bass - who went on to join Deep Purple as a replacement for Roger Glover in late 1973.), Dave Holland (drums, percussion) and Mel Galley (guitar). It was this new line up that went on to record "You Are the Music... We're Just the Band" in 1972, Trapeze's third album. This is classic 70's funk rock at it's best. With original artwork and photos by Fin Costello this is a must for all rock and Deep Purple fans!
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You Are The Music Were Just The Band [Import]
Artist: Trapeze
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Keepin' Time
2. Coast to Coast
3. What Is a Woman's Role
4. Way Back to the Bone
5. Feelin' So Much Better Now
6. Will Our Love End
7. Loser
8. You Are the Music

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From Wolverhampton, Trapeze formed in 1968 and were one of several acts signed to Moody Blues label Threshold Records. Originally a five piece, after the release of their eponymous first album John Jones (vocal) and Terry Rowley (guitar) were dropped from the line up, leaving Glen Hughes (vocals and bass - who went on to join Deep Purple as a replacement for Roger Glover in late 1973.), Dave Holland (drums, percussion) and Mel Galley (guitar). It was this new line up that went on to record "You Are the Music... We're Just the Band" in 1972, Trapeze's third album. This is classic 70's funk rock at it's best. With original artwork and photos by Fin Costello this is a must for all rock and Deep Purple fans!

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