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UFO doctor doctor bass cover video The German public was the first to realize the value of UFO. Indeed, it ...
UFO doctor doctor bass cover video The German public was the first to realize the value of UFO. Indeed, it was in Germany where Phil Mogg, singer, Pete Way, bassist, and Andy Parker, drummer, got their first big recognition in the late sixties thanks to the success of their first self-titled album. UFO doctor doctor bass cover video The guitarist was Michael Bolton, an exquisite musician, perfectly suited to the fashion of the time, according to which the guitarist had to play a leading role in a rock group. The sound of UFO was a well-made hard-rock, with strong blues roots, often slipping into psychedelic-progressive atmospheres. The texts, in addition to the usual rock themes, showed a certain interest in fantastic literature. UFO doctor doctor bass cover video The publication of 'Flying' allowed UFO to record a live album titled simply 'Live'. UFO doctor doctor bass cover video The band soon conquered a vast audience, even in Japan; the album, which was initially only published in the East, was published for the European market a few months later. In 'Live' UFO they managed to take hold thanks to some small jewels of their repertoire, with three classics of the caliber of 'C'mon everybody', ' UFO doctor doctor bass cover video Loving cup' and 'Who do you love'. Risking a comparison one could say that the 1972 UFOs were closer to the Quicksilver of 'Happy trails' than to the Deep Purple of 'Machine head', and maybe it was that "Americanized" sound that prevented them from enjoying a fair recognition also in his homeland. UFO doctor doctor bass cover video In an attempt to win the favor of the European public, Phil Mogg and partners replaced Bolton, first by Larry Wallis (former
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