Warm Dust
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Warm Dust

Warm Dust
Origin England
Genres Progressive rock, jazz
1970-1972
Labels Trend
Keith Bailey
Paul Carrack
Terry "Tex" Comer
Dave Pepper
Alan Solomon
John Surguy
Les Walker

Warm Dust were a British progressive jazz rock band of the early 1970s. Although a relatively obscure group, they featured Paul Carrack and Terry "Tex" Comer, who later formed Ace.

Members

  • Les Walker - Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar
  • Paul Carrack - Organ, Piano, Guitar
  • Terry "Tex" Comer - Bass, Guitar, Recorder
  • Alan Solomon - Sax, Flute, Oboe, Piano
  • John Surguy - Sax, Flute, Oboe, Vibraphone, Clarinet
  • Dave Pepper - Drums, Percussion (on And It Came To Pass)
  • Keith Bailey - Drums, Percussion, Vocals (on Peace For Our Time)
  • John Bedson - Drums, Percussion (on Third Album)

Discography

Albums

  • And It Came to Pass (Trend, 1970)
  • Peace for Our Time (Trend, 1971)
  • Warm Dust (also called Third Album[1]) (BASF, 1972)
  • Dreams of Impossibilities (BASF, 1972)

Single

  • "It's a Beautiful Day"/"Worm Dance" (Trend,1970)

References

  1. ^ "Third Album by Warm Dust". Allmusic. Retrieved 2011. 

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