b. 5 Sept 1949, Tamworth, Staffordshire, Britain. Guitarist Dave ‘Clem’ Clempson accomplished early reputation as an associate of Bakerloo, an inventive blues-based trio that finished an excellent recording for Harvest Information. In Oct 1969 he changed Wayne Litherland in Colosseum with whom he continued to be for just two years. Clempson after that joined up with Humble Pie, whose make of brash rock and roll contrasted with this of his prior jazz rock and roll companies. Smokin’ (1972) and Eat It (1973) provided his most emphatic function, but by 1975 the quartet was shedding its path. Clempson after that formed Unusual Brew with bass participant Greg Ridley and drummer Cozy Powell, but this short-lived device dissolved once the last mentioned broke his wrist. Having briefly became a member of Steve Marriott’s All Superstars, the guitarist produced Rough Gemstone with ex-Uriah Heep vocalist David Byron. This ill-fated project collapsed in 1977 with Byron getting into a solo profession. The remaining music artists became referred to as Champ but Clempson’s nomadic route was resumed in 1979 when he departed to become listed on Roger Chapman. Through the 80s Clempson performed a few of his finest use Jack port Bruce and was especially well-known in Germany. In 1994 he was section of Cities FROM THE Heart, the record released to celebrate Bruce’s 50th birthday. He’s perhaps one of the most accomplished rock and roll guitarists to emerge from the past due 60s blues increase. His speedy accuracy playing is normally faultless, and seldom boring.
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