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RIP Alan Lancaster

Discussion in 'music' started by foxwelljsly, Sep 26, 2021.

  1. foxwelljsly

    foxwelljsly Hawkwind and Fire

    Another of the frantic four goes down. RIP Alan Lancaster.

    A bit of a byword for rock trogloditism these days, but I've always found the albums Status Quo recorded between 1970 and 1976 far, far better than their reputation suggests and enjoyably savage.
     
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  2. Enrae8

    Enrae8 pfm Member


    Good times:cool:
    I listen to this often
     
  3. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Booyakashah, check out my avatar...

    The Quo were a big part of my childhood - my late dad was a huge fan.

    Here's Alan's thing clocking in a an unusually short 5 minutes.


    RIP.
     
  4. cobbers

    cobbers pfm Member

    Reminded me I saw them once at Henry's Blues house in Brum (I think 1971)
     
  5. flapland

    flapland pfm Member

    Never really a big fan of Status Quo, however they certainly did a brilliant job of opening Live Aid all those years ago.

     
  6. Le Baron

    Le Baron Well-Known Member

    Couldn't agree more. I still have a copy of Whatever You Want my dad gave me. Like a jackass he wrote my name in biro on the white bit of the penguin on the sleeve. o_O

    All early Status Quo is good, including their psychedelic period.
     
  7. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Booyakashah, check out my avatar...

    In the context of the album "Spare Parts", "good" is a strong word. ;)

    Their pre-psych period is pretty good too.

     
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  8. boon

    boon pfm Member

    Yes, and they also done a great job of warming up the crowd for Queen at Knebworth
     

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