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In 1990 Dave & John formed "Snake Spear" their first band playing mostly original material, quite heavy and slightly progressive with drummer Rob Arney, this lasted approximately a year. At around this time Arch started playing gigs with "The Morrigan". Previous to this Arch has played with "Marauder" formed with school friends, vulture spuadron with his brother Pete on bass, George Lennon on guitar and Kev Whale on vocals.

In 1992 Dave & John formed "Junk Shop", a rock covers band with Pete Stone, Merv B and drummer Pip. In the mid 90's "Bolton Parsnips" a fun covers band was formed with Dave, John, Kev Noble on vocals, Arch and Merv B also sang occasionally. Around this time Merv B and Dave became part of a new "Morrigan" line up. In time the "Parsnips" turned into "Bombay Trout" which led to John, Dave and Arch writing original material. This being the blueprint for "Blue Drift's" first debut album. Arch still plays with "The Morrigan" to this day.

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3.69 | 13 ratings
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4.00 | 13 ratings

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4.00 | 13 ratings

Blue Drift Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by bubba

4 stars NOt one for instumental prog ,but this one is amust for anyone who loves to listen w/ headphones.It took 1 listen and idecided instrumental prog is a good thing. i particularly like the title track its long and winds along into many directions. I dont think that thios is a 10 star cd but it is at least an 8.5 in my opinion. It would not be a wste of money tomakes this part of anyones cd collection...go and buy this....
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