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Mogul Thrash

British jazz-rock music group Mogul Thrash evolved from James Litherland’s Brotherhood, which furthermore to guitarist Litherland (an alumnus of Colosseum who shaped the group in 1969) also included guitarist/reedist Michael Rosen, drummer Costs Harrison as well as the so-called “Dundee Horns” — saxophonists Roger Ball and Malcolm Duncan. By adding ex-Splinter vocalist/bassist John Wetton, the group rechristened itself Mogul Thrash, debuting in 1970 using the one “Sleeping in your kitchen”; their self-titled RCA album made an appearance the following calendar year, going generally unnoticed in the home but selecting favor throughout a lot of European countries. However, confronted with legal issues with their administration, Mogul Thrash was compelled to disband soon after the record’s discharge; while Wetton continued to join Family members and later Ruler Crimson, Duncan and Ball shortly reunited in Typical White Band.

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