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Because a Little Funky Music Sometimes Hits the Spot

Here's a live in studio performance by bassist Geoffrey "Shob" Neau and some of his friends.

by Jon Davis, Published 2018-02-06


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Shob (Geoffrey Neau)

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Ange - By the Sons of Mandrin & Par les Fils de Mandrin Live 77 – Banco and PFM did it, so why not Ange? The world of rock music has always been dominated by the English language, and many of the bands who sing primarily in another language have seen fit to record...  (2004) » Read more

Óðmenn - Óðmenn – These days there are basically two ways of finding out about long-forgotten progressive artifacts (well, three if you count good old fashioned word of mouth): magazines / fanzines / newsletters such...  (1995) » Read more

Manning - Songs from the Bilston House – Guy Manning’s latest collection of nine semi-autobiographical songs finds the English singer-songwriter consolidating his position among the current crop of Brit prog as this generation’s...  (2008) » Read more

Geoffrey Downes - Evolution – Downes of course was a one-time member of Yes; in the absence of Wakeman and Moraz he took over the keyboard duties on their Drama album while former Buggles associate Trevor Horn did his best Jon...  (1997) » Read more

Phil Miller - In Cahoots - Out of the Blue – Guitarist Miller, no doubt best known for his tenure with Hatfield and National Health, continues his mission with his band “In Cahoots,” represented here by two distinctly different...  (2001) » Read more