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    Posted: July 04 2014 at 15:10
Flash on TV in 1972 with the late, great Peter Banks on guitar, Ray Bennett on bass, Mike Hough on drums and Colin Carter on lead vocals.

Thanks to Flash fan, Roger Houdaille for finding it!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=481958105281490




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Reunited in 2010, Ray and Colin rehearsing the new Flash lineup on the same song...






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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 06 2014 at 14:31
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"...a muscular Yes combined with the power of the Who. After hearing this exciting new sound, I was hooked on Flash." ~ Charles Laseter


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My Ten Favorite Prog Albums Of All Time, all from the golden age of Prog:

1. King Crimson "In the Court of the Crimson King" The pure source of all things Prog and the cover art makes a statement.
2. Emerson, Lake and Palmer "Tarkus" A mind blowing trip on the sonic frontier and killer cover art.
3. Flash "In the Can" Overlooked effort that is a masterpiece, another great album cover.
4.Yes "Close to the Edge" It sounds better to me as it mellows with age like a fine wine.
5. Jethro Tull "Aqualung" The title song contains one of the greatest guitar solos of all time.
6. Genesis "Foxtrot" An absolute delight to hear again and again.
7. Pink Floyd "The Wall" Massive commercial success and high minded concept album, even casual listeners love this album.
8. Triumvirat "Illusions on a Double Dimple" Magnificent and a well written album, what is the problem to be compared to E,L & P?
9. Rick Wakeman "No Earthly Connection" Great quirky album.
10. King Crimson "Larks' Tongue in Aspic" Brilliant, complex, ahead of its time, a must listen for any musician. The simple and powerful cover art fits this project.
My List
Charles Laseter

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