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Posted: 10 Feb 05, 08:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

In an earlier post about Pre John Deacon Queen, John S. Stuart mentioned a recording by the Famous Jug Band which was produced by Roger Taylor:

Famous Jug Band: Chameleon UK LP
Chameleon (Liberty)
Original LP released on EMI/ Liberty label. 1970.
Produced/Backing vocals Roger Taylor
Sunshine Possibilities CD Extra Tracks:
God Knows
Chameleon

I've searched on the internet for this album, but all I can find is that their only three albums ("Sunshine possibilities" from 1969, "Chameleon" from 1970 and "O for summer" from 2002) are all produced by Pierre Tubbs. The only relation that I can find between Roger and the Famous Jug Band is a recording from 1966 (?) by the Three Jays (with Jill Johnson who later becomes a member of the Famous Jug Band) with Roger Taylor on drums.

I hope that John or someone else can clear this one up.

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Posted: 17 Feb 05, 04:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

So I guess no-one knows anything about this one?

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Posted: 17 Feb 05, 04:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Not me sorry. Sounds interesting though.


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