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    Posted: July 27 2018 at 11:05
I find charts like this very interesting.  This Strawbs timeline is from Wikipedia.  "Hats off" to whoever did it.  

Any one know where there might be a good source or collection of charts for various bands/musicians? I'm guess things like this are unique are rare..



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Argo2112 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 27 2018 at 11:16
 I've seen "trees" like this for Yes & other bands that show all the members & the other bands they have been. It's interesting to see all the cross-pollination that occurred with the classic prog bands, where people started & where they ended up. 

The one you posted looks like it's from a Wikipedia page. They do a pretty good job with the member timelines. 


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Check out Pete Frames Rock Family Trees, the definitive source of this kind of thing.
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I personally don't know, but I would love to find out where I can see them.
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Pete Frame's family trees were absolute works of art and I miss them so much. My copy of the enlarged book containing many, remains a joy to dip into even today. Wish someone had taken up the baton - although pleased the Wiki timelines fill some of the gap.
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RE: Pete Frames's Family Trees
Yep... I have a copy of the first one but the with with ELP/YES which is the one I want is going for over $300 on ebay, amazon, and alibris.


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Thank you for posting these charts, the are quite informative and really interesting.
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I had a Pete Frame family tree for Deep Purple that came with a greatest hits album - my mom didn't realize what it was and threw it away! Thinking back, it's my fault for not keeping it inside the album cover. 

I seem to remember having a Gary Moore one too, it came with the tour program I got when I saw him at the Budokan (in 1985 or '96) - that program is long gone though...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TiddK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 09 2018 at 09:52
Pete Frame began doing these for ZigZag magazine in the 70s. Awesome stuff.

The only time I ever saw The Strawbs, Rick Wakeman was with them, so it must have been 1970. I remember seeing an edition of TOTP2 where they featured "The Hangman & The Papist" and captioned it as being Yes. NO!!!


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Hi,

The MAN Band ... the original LP for "Be Good to Yourself ... " had a sleeve with many bands in the family tree that never ended! big names, too!
... none of the hits, none of the time ... now you know what the art is all about!
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