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Monday, 31 October 2011

Jim Dewar (bass / vocals)


BANDS:
BANDPERIODDETAILS
The Gleneagles [1963-1964] 
Lulu & The Luvvers [1964-1965] 
Sock ´Em JB   
The Power [1968-?] 
Stone The Crows [?-Feb 71]5 albums + 1 compilation
Jude [Jul 71-Apr 72] 
Robin Trower Band [Sep 72-1980]13 albums + 4 compilations
Robin Trower Band (again) [1983] 
Jim Dewar Band  1 album

BIOGRAPHY:

Jim Dewar was a great bassist and singer. First time I heard him in a Robin Trower album, I fell in love with his voice. He was born James Dewar (although sometimes was also credited as Jimmy Dewar) on October 12th, 1942, in Scotland.

Jim Dewar



THE GLENEAGLES


Lulu became a Scottish pop star in the 60s. She even had her own TV show. Her records were recorded with sessionmen (Jimmy Page, for example), but in 1963 she assembled this live band to back such a young lead singer:


THE GLENEAGLES #?
1963-1964
Lulu
vocals
Ross Neilson
guitar
Jim Dewar
guitar
Tommy Tierney
bass
Alex Bell
vocals, keyboards
Jimmy Smith
sax
David Mullin
drums
Lulu & The Luvversê
Lulu & The Luvversê
Lulu & The Luvversê
Lulu & The Luvversê
Lulu & The Luvversê
Lulu & The Luvversê
Lulu & The Luvversê

Around 1964, they changed their name to Lulu & The Luvvers.

Other info on members of The Gleneagles (I know up to 7 members)
To be covered (5): Alex Bell, David Mullin, Ross Neilson, Jimmy Smith, Tommy Tierney


LULU & THE LUVVERS


In 1964, Lulu & The Luvvers was born from the band The Gleneagles:

LULU & THE LUVVERS #1
1964-?
êThe Gleneagles
êThe Gleneagles
êThe Gleneagles
êThe Gleneagles
êThe Gleneagles
êThe Gleneagles
êThe Gleneagles
Lulu
vocals
Ross Neilson
guitar
Jim Dewar
guitar
Tommy Tierney
bass
Alex Bell
vocals, keyboards
Jimmy Smith
sax
David Mullin
drums

But, after a while, Jimmy Smith left.

Now Lulu & The Luvvers was a sextet:

LULU & THE LUVVERS #2
1964
Lulu
vocals
Ross Neilson
guitar
Jim Dewar
guitar
Tommy Tierney
bass
Alex Bell
vocals, keyboards
David Mullin
drums

The band went professional. This lineup appear in the movie Gonks go beat (1965), with other bands such as Nashville Teens and Graham Bond Organization.

But after 4-6 months, David Mullin leaves.

Henry Wright joins Lulu & The Luvvers as their new drummer:

LULU & THE LUVVERS #3
1964-1965
Lulu
vocals
Ross Neilson
guitar
Jim Dewar
guitar
Tommy Tierney
bass
Alex Bell
vocals, keyboards
Henry Wright
drums

But next to leave was Jim Dewar, with Alex Bell switching to rhythm guitar.

Other info on members of Lulu & The Luvvers (I know up to 10 members)
Already covered (1): Gary Boyle
To be covered (7): Alex Bell, David Mullin, Ross Neilson, Jimmy Smith, Tommy Tierney, Dave Wendells, Henry Wright


SOCK ´EM JB


Sock ´Em JB - From left to right: John McGinnis, Henry Wright, Jim Dewar, Billy Simpson, Unknown, Larry Quinn. Copyright of the photo: Henry Wright


This was one of the lineups for Sock ´em JB:

SOCK ´EM JB #?
?
Billy Simpson
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass
John McGinnis
keyboards
Larry Quinn
sax
Henry Wright
drums
+ another unknown sax player. Help!

This was another lineup for Sock ´em JB with a different sax player (probably named Ronnie):

SOCK ´EM JB #?
?
Billy Simpson
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass
John McGinnis
keyboards
Larry Quinn
sax
Henry Wright
drums
+ another unknown sax player (Ronnie?). Help!

Frankie Miller also sang for Sock ´em JB, but don´t know the exact lineup:

SOCK ´EM JB #?
?
Frankie Miller
vocals
Billy Simpson
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass
John McGinnis
keyboards
Henry Wright
drums
+ others unknown to me. Help!
The Powerê
The Powerê
The Powerê

When they split, Henry Wright and others formed a new band, The Power.

Flyer featuring Sock ´Em JB - copyright of the photo: Henry Wright


Other info on members of Sock ´em JB (I know up to 6 members)
To be covered (3): John McGinnis, Frankie Miller, Henry Wright


THE POWER


This was an exciting new Scottish band formed around 1968, appropiately called The Power:

THE POWER #1
1968-?
Maggie Bell
vocals
Les Harvey
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass
John McGinnis
keyboards
Henry Wright
drums
Stone The Crowsê
Stone The Crowsê
Stone The Crowsê
Stone The Crowsê

They were the houseband at the Burns Howff bar. The band was discovered by Peter Grant (Led Zeppelin´s manager), who changed their name to Stone the Crows, with the change of Colin Allen for Henry Wright.

Other info on members of The Power (I know up to 5 members)
To be covered (4): Maggie Bell, Les Harvey, John McGinnis, Henry Wright


STONE THE CROWS


This was the original incarnation of Stone The Crows:

STONE THE CROWS #1
?-Feb 71
êThe Power
êThe Power
êThe Power
êThe Power
Maggie Bell
vocals
Les Harvey
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass, vocals
John McGinnis
keyboards
Colin Allen
drums
Judeê

They released a couple of albums, Stone The Crows and Ode to John Law, before Jim (and John) left the band in February 1971 (being replaced by Ronnie Leahy and Steve Thompson).

In the last years, two live CDs with live tracks from BBC archives have appeared. One of them, BBC Radio 1 Live in concert, features some tracks with Les Harvey and Jim Dewar (other songs feature the latest lineup, with Jimmy McCulloch).

Other info on members of Stone The Crows (I know up to 11 members)
To be covered (10): Colin Allen, Roger Ball, Maggie Bell, Malcolm ´Molly´ Duncan, Les Harvey, Ronnie Leahy, Jimmy McCulloch, John McGinnis, Michael Rosen, Steven Thompson


JUDE


Jude - photo courtesy of Ray Martin


A super band! Robin Trower had just left Procol Harum, Clive Bunker came from Jethro Tull, and an explosive lineup joined here, in July 1971:

JUDE #1
Jul 71-Apr 72
êProcol Harum
êStone The Crows
êJethro Tull
Frankie Miller
vocals
Robin Trower
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass, vocals
Clive Bunker
drums
Robin Trower Bandê
Robin Trower Bandê

But they split a few months later, in April 1972, before even making any recording (although they did several shows). I've always wondered why it didn't work! But Robin and Jim decide working together in a new project, as we´re going to read.

Other info on members of Jude (I know up to 4 members)
To be covered (3): Clive Bunker, Frankie Miller, Robin Trower


ROBIN TROWER BAND


Jim Dewar and Reg Isidore in 1973


This time the name was clear about who was the leader. This was September 1972:

ROBIN TROWER BAND #1
Sep 72-1974
êJude
êJude
Robin Trower
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass, vocals
Reg Isidore
drums

Being a trio, Jim started to perform lead vocals. He was so great!

Their first album, Twice removed from yesterday, has a great success. Trower's distinctive playing followed Jimi Hendrix's spirit, and Dewar's voice fitted perfectly in this context. I love their albums! Produced by a Trower former bandmate in Procol Harum, the great Matthew Fisher.

Their second album was called Bridge of sighs, and it's also fantastic. Again, produced by Matthew Fisher.

But soon later, in 1974, Reg Isidore leaves the trio.


Jim Dewar and Robin Trower in 1973


In 1974, when Reg Isidore leaves the Robin Trower Band, here comes a great replacement, Bill Lordan:

ROBIN TROWER BAND #2
1974-?
Robin Trower
guitar
Jim Dewar
bass, vocals
Bill Lordan
drums

Next album is For Earth below. Followed by a very good album, aptly called Live. Recorded live in Stockholm, Sweden in February 3rd, 1975, it has a fine selection of tracks, showing their power on stage.

Long misty days was their next album, with a fine rendition of Sutherland Brothers song, ´Sailing´. One of my favourite tracks is ´Caledonia´, as well as ´Messin' the blues´.

Robin Trower Band: from left to right: Jim Dewar, Bill Lordan and Robin Trower


Soon after, they get a fourth member. They tried to enforce Bill's vocal role, getting a bassist:

ROBIN TROWER BAND #3
?
Robin Trower
guitar
Jim Dewar
vocals
Rustee Allen
bass
Bill Lordan
drums

They release two more albums as a quartet, City dreams and Caravan to midnight. The latter one includes collaboration from famed and prolific percussionist Paulinho DaCosta.

But Allen leaves the band after those albums.

Jim Dewar and Bill Lordan


Back to their famous incarnation as a trio, after Rustee Allen´s departure:

ROBIN TROWER BAND #4
?-1980
Robin Trower
guitar
Jim Dewar
vocals, bass
Bill Lordan
drums

Their new album is Victims of the fury. This was the first Robin Trower album I bought. I was paralyzed when I first heard them, that Hendrix-like guitar, and that heavenly voice! Many favourites here; for example, ´Jack and Jill´, ´Madhouse´ or ´Roads to freedom´.

But this long alliance breaks when Trower shows his intention of playing with Jack Bruce. Dewar leaves in 1980, thus Jack Bruce joining Trower and Lordan to form B.L.T.

Some live albums have been released along the years, as we´re going to read...

BBC Radio One live in concert was recorded live on January 29th, 1975 in London. Being recorded just one month before the official Live album, fortunately, it has up to 5 different tracks. The starting track, ´Day of the eagle´, is a monster! Jim sensual vocals in the ballad ´Bridge of sighs´ have always been among my favourites.

King Biscuit Flower Hour presents In concert gives us the chance of listening live to the quartet lineup (that is, with Rustee Allen on bass, thus Jim concentrated on vocals). It was recorded live on October 18, 1977.

This was now '74 - '98 is a double live CD featuring two different concerts. The one from 1974 features the lineup with Trower, Dewar and Isidore.

Robin Trower Band: from left to right: Jim Dewar, Bill Lordan and Robin Trower


AND THEN...


I don't know what Jim did while Trower was with Jack Bruce. But in 1983, he's back again with Robin!


ROBIN TROWER BAND (again)


Dewar and Trower together again! Around 1983, Dave Bronze joins Robin Trower band, as bassist:

ROBIN TROWER BAND #?
1983
Robin Trower
guitar
Jim Dewar
vocals
Bob Clouter
drums

They released a new album, Back it up. A couple of tracks were recorded with another drummer: just Robin, Jim, plus Alan Clarke (drums). But, unfortunately, Dewar´s alliance with Robin was broken here.

Other info on members of Robin Trower Band (I know up to 19 members)
Already covered (1): Dave Bronze
To be covered (17): Rustee Allen, Alvino Bennett, Livingstone Brown, Jack Bruce, Trevor Burrel, Martin Clapson, Lyndon Connah, Gary Husband, Reg Isidore, Pete Johnson, Glenn Letsch, Bill Lordan, Clive Mayuyu, Davey Pattison, Pete Thompson, Robin Trower, Richard Watts


JIM DEWAR BAND


Jim Dewar


After finishing his tenure with Robin Trower, Jim Dewar tried to start his own Jim Dewar Band, but it wasn´t an easy task, as he seemed not to find the proper musicians. This is the only info I´ve been able to trace:

JIM DEWAR BAND #?
1984
Jim Dewar
vocals
Big George
guitar
Alan Wheeler
guitar
+ others unknown to me. Help!

They even recorded one track, ´Tower Hill Road´ but it never appeared on disc.


Years later, I read he had suffered a stroke in 1987. Something went wrong while surgery, and sadly, he was confined to a wheelchair, unable to perform again. A very sad thing. Then, I only hoped at least he was able to notice that there were many people who still loved him and remembered him, just as I do!

But then, I was very sad to know that Jimmy Dewar passed away on May 16th 2002. He died peacefully in his sleep. God bless him and his family. I'm sure there have been very hard moments, the last 15 years, for all of them. This page was published in my old website the next day after he passed away as a tribute to his genius.


SOLO ALBUMS


Jim Dewar


In 1998, a surprise arrives in the form of a Jim Dewar solo album. Called Stumbledown romancer, it was obviously recorded long before, during 1979-1980, and produced by Matthew Fisher, who also played keyboards. It features many of the musicians that backed Van Morrison in the 70s (Platania, Hayes, Allair, Shar, Van Hooke), plus his old mate Bill Lordan. This is the lineup for the album:

Jim Dewar (vocals, bass guitar)
+
John Platania (guitar)
Martin Jenner (guitar)
David Hayes (bass)
Mo Foster (bass)
Alan Jones (bass)
Paul Westwood (bass)
Matthew Fisher (keyboards)
John Allair (keyboards)
Andy McMasters (keyboards)
Bill Lordan (drums)
Dave Mattacks (drums)
Peter Van Hooke (drums)
Graham Jarvis (drums)
Dahaub Shaar (drums)


DISCOGRAPHY: (27 albums known to me - Status: Quite advanced)

OWN ALBUMS (1 credit)
  • Stumbledown romancer - Jim Dewar (05/1998)

    • Members: (RIP: Jim Dewar)
    • Guests: John Allair, Matthew Fisher, Mo Foster, David Hayes, Alan Jones, Bill Lordan, Dave Mattacks, Andy McMasters, John Platania, Dahaud Shaar, Peter Van Hooke, Paul Westwood (RIP: Graham Jarvis, Martin Jenner)
ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (18 credits)
  • Ode to John Law - Stone The Crows (1970)

    • Members: Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, John McGinnis (RIP: Jim Dewar, Les Harvey)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 1 bonus track.
  • Stone The Crows - Stone The Crows (1970)

    • Members: Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, John McGinnis (RIP: Jim Dewar, Les Harvey)
  • Twice removed from yesterday - Robin Trower (03/1973)

    • Members: Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
    • Producer: Matthew Fisher
  • Bridge of sighs - Robin Trower (04/1974)

    • Members: Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
    • Producer: Matthew Fisher
    • Comments: CD reissue from 1999 is an expanded edition with 5 bonus live tracks recorded in May 1974.
    • My opinion: A great album, really fantastic.
  • For Earth below - Robin Trower (02/1975)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
    • Producer: Matthew Fisher
  • Live! - Robin Trower (03/1976)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
  • Long misty days - Robin Trower (10/1976)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
  • In city dreams - Robin Trower (1977)

    • Members: Rustee Allen, Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
    • Technical: (RIP: Alex Sadkin)
  • Caravan to midnight - Robin Trower (1979)

    • Members: Rustee Allen, Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
    • Guests: Paulinho Da Costa
  • Victims of the fury - Robin Trower (02/1980)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
  • Back it up - Robin Trower (1983)

  • BBC Radio One live in concert - Robin Trower (1992)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
    • Producer: Jeff Griffin
    • Comments: Recorded live in January 1975.
  • King Biscuit Flower Hour presents in concert - Robin Trower (1995)

    • Members: Rustee Allen, Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar)
    • Technical: Gary Lyons
    • Comments: Recorded live in October 1977.
  • The BBC sessions volume 2: 1971-1972 - Stone The Crows (1998)

    • Members: Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, Ronnie Leahy, John McGinnis, Steven Thompson (RIP: Jim Dewar, Les Harvey, Jimmy McCulloch)
    • Producer: Jeff Griffin
  • The BBC sessions volume 1: 1969-1970 - Stone The Crows (1998)

    • Members: Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, John McGinnis (RIP: Jim Dewar, Les Harvey)
    • Producer: (RIP: John Walters)
  • BBC Radio 1 live in concert - Stone The Crows (1998)

    • Members: Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, Ronnie Leahy, Steven Thompson (RIP: Jim Dewar, Les Harvey, Jimmy McCulloch)
    • Producer: Jeff Griffin
  • This was now ´74-´98 - Robin Trower (1999)

    • Members: Alvino Bennett, Livingstone Brown, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
    • Comments: Double live CD. The first CD contains a live concert from 1974 with Jim Dewar (bass, vocals) and Reg Isidore (drums). The second CD was recorded live in May 1988 with Livingstone Brown (bass) and Alvino Bennett (drums).
  • At the BBC 1973-1975 - Robin Trower (2011)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
    • Comments: 2CD containing live performances by the band, from different dates: 1973 & 1974 (with Reg Isidore on drums) and 1975 (with Bill Lordan on drums).
COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (5 credits)
  • Stone The Crows - Stone The Crows (1976)

    • Members: Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, Ronnie Leahy, John McGinnis, Steven Thompson (RIP: Jim Dewar, Les Harvey, Jimmy McCulloch)
  • The Steel album - Robin Trower (1981)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
  • The Essential Robin Trower - Robin Trower (1991)

    • Members: Jack Bruce, Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
  • Day of the eagle - the best of Robin Trower - Robin Trower (05/2008)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
    • Guests: Paulinho Da Costa
    • Producer: Matthew Fisher
  • A Tale untold - the Chrysalis years 1973-1976 - Robin Trower (2010)

    • Members: Bill Lordan, Robin Trower (RIP: Jim Dewar, Reg Isidore)
    • Comments: 3CD boxset comprising his first solo albums complete with a few bonus tracks. The albums featured are: Twice removed from yesterday, Bridge of sighs, For Earth below, Live and Long misty days.
ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (2 credits)
  • The Rock - The Frankie Miller Band (1975)

    • Members: Henry McCullough, Frankie Miller, Stu Perry, Chrissie Stewart, Mick Weaver
    • Guests: (RIP: Jim Dewar)
  • Matthew Fisher - Matthew Fisher (1980)

    • Members: Matthew Fisher
    • Guests: Rod Argent, Steve Bingham, Mo Foster, Mick Grabham, Dill Katz, Dave Mattacks, Tim Renwick, Henry Spinetti, John Verity, Paul Westwood, Pete Zorn (RIP: Barry De Souza, Jim Dewar)
    • Comments: This comeback album (his first album was from 1973) has lots of great musicians in it. Some of them: Tim Renwick, Mick Grabham, Jim Dewar, Dave Mattacks, Mo Foster (bass), Henry Spinetti (drums). Plus: Paul Westwood (bass), Steve Bingham, Pete Zorn, John Verity & Rod Argent (backing vocals), Barry DeSouza (drums). Co-produced by Matthew and Chris White (former member of The Zombies, with Rod Argent).
COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (1 credit)
  • Flash fearless vs the zorg women - VVAA (1975)

    • Guests: Carmine Appice, Elkie Brooks, Bill Bruford, Howie Casey, Doreen Chanter, Chick Churchill, Alice Cooper, Graham Deacon, Mike Deacon, Kirk Duncan, Jim Frank, Mick Grabham, Justin Hayward, Eddie Jobson, Bob Johnson, Kenny Jones, Frankie Miller, Maddy Prior, John Weider (RIP: Jim Dewar, Lesley Duncan, John Entwistle, Kay Garner, Nicky Hopkins, Keith Moon)
    • Producer: Bob Ezrin
    • Comments: The complete title was Flash Fearless versus the Zorg women, parts 5 & 6. What a title! Of course, there's no parts 1 to 4. Let's see the great members list: vocals: Elkie Brooks, Alice Cooper, Jim Dewar (1 track), Jim Dandy, Frankie Miller. Guitars: Mick Grabham (2 tracks), John Weider, Justin Hayward. Bass: John Entwistle. Keyboards: Nicky Hopkins (6 tracks), Eddie Jobson (2 tracks), Chick Churchill, Kirk Duncan. Sax: Howie Casey. Drums: Carmine Appice, Graham Deakin, Bill Bruford, Kenny Jones, Keith Moon. Backing vocals: Doreen Chanter, Lesley Duncan, Kay Garner, etc.

QUESTIONS:

01. Did Jim appear in the album Peter Ross & Oliver, called Three´s company by his bandmate Ross Neilson? Any other member of The Luvvers there?


RELATED WEBSITE LINKS: 6


From the always interesting Alex's Picks (by Alex Gitlin), we have:

From the superb site Knights in Blue Denim: The British Blues Scene '68 - '70 (by Christer Fridhammar & Vanja), we have:

Wikipedia doesn´t want to include links to this website, but I won´t do the same with them. So, from the great Wikipedia, we have:

RELATED VIDEO LINKS: 39
Disclaimer: I don´t own or upload any of the videos linked here. I just include links to live videos that are already available, in order to show the work of this musician. Anyway, if someone feels that some link shouldn't be included, please write me at the email address shown below. And if you know of more videos featuring Jim Dewar, please, also write me with the link.
THANKS:

Very Special Thanks to:
  • Henry Wright: for info, photos and corrections (2002).
  • Danny Peyronel: for sharing his memories of Jim with me (1998).
  • Big George (George Ross Watt): for info about the Jim Dewar Band (2002).
  • Alan Wheeler: for info about his time playing with Jim (2005).
  • Ross Neilson: for info about The Gleneagles and The Luvvers (2006).

  • Special Thanks to:
  • Wullie Roche: for his fantastic message with info about Jim (2008).
  • Jim Dickson: for info on Jim with The Power (2008).
  • Ray Martin: for info on Jim about appearing at a Frankie Miller album as well as photos (2002).

  • Thanks to:
  • Alex Gitlin: my friend, for sharing the love for Jim, as well as giving me quickly the bad news (2000).
  • Byrd Wyatt: for info on Darren Mansfield and Robin Trower (1999).
  • Dina O´Sullivan: for her nice message about Jim and his family (2006).
  • Eric Westerman: for his message on Jim (2004).
  • Lars Karrback: for his message regarding The Luvvers (2004).
  • Dave: for his message and info about recordings with Bill Lordan (2006).
  • Paul L´Heureux: for his beautiful message about Jim (2006).
  • Lindsay Gardiner: for asking about Jim (2003).
  • Howard Dyer: for his comments on Robin Trower Band (2007).
  • Tony D´Ortenzio: for his message about Jim´s voice (2007).
  • Ann Quirke: for info about Three´s Company (2007).

  • Also thanks for writing to:
  • John Markey (2006), Barry Hicks (2009), Jim Lekas (2008), Brian Lubell (2006), Angel Moldes (2006), Mark (2006), Doug Martin (2003), Meir (2003).

  • WHAT'S NEW:

    31/October/2011 - Page added to the blog.
    15/January/1999 - Original page written by me (in the old site).

    RELATED MUSICIANS:

    Jim Dewar mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
    Robin Trower (17)
    Bill Lordan (14)
    Reg Isidore (8)
    Colin Allen (6)
    Maggie Bell (6)
    Matthew Fisher (6)
    Les Harvey (6)
    John McGinnis (5)
    Geoff Emerick (4)
    Rustee Allen (3)

    Page created by Miguel Terol on: 15/January/1999 - Last modified on: 02/November/2011. If you want to contribute with info, please write to: molympus1@gmail.com

    Please, note than you can check the indexes (musicians, bands, obituaries) at the top of this page.

    1 comment:

    1. James Dewar also sang back-up on 2 UFO albums . Force It and Phenomenon .

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