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Originally named Brunos Blues Band, this was the first band to feature Phil Miller on guitar and Pip Pyle on drums, along with Phil's brother Steve Miller on keyboards and vocals, Lol Coxhill on saxophone and Roy Babbington on bass (replacing founding member Jack Monck). In 1969, after two years gigging around London, they teamed up with singer Carol Grimes, and the following year recorded the album Fools Meeting.
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(Cuneiform Rune 115, 1970/1999, CD)

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