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Tea & Symphony

Created in Birmingham, Britain, this adventurous ensemble was area of the city’s Big Carry management steady. Although Tea And Symphony originally comprised Wayne Langston (vocals, acoustic guitar), Jeff Daw (acoustic guitar) and Nigel Phillips (drums, ‘amazing’ devices), these were frequently augmented by music artists from the company including Bob Lamb and Mick Hincks from your group Locomotive. Tea And Symphony’s debut An Asylum For The Musically Insane, was an charming, if self-indulgent collection, but its period-piece madness was unfortunately jettisoned for the greater formal follow-up, Jo Sago. Guitarists Bob Wilson and Dave Carroll had been now area of the group’s liquid line-up, however the ensemble split up in 1971 when both these performers, and drummer Bob Lamb, became a member of the Idle Competition. The three people remained using their new-found store when it became referred to as the Steve Gibbons Music group.

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