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GUEST,DMcF JethroTull ? Keyboard player (19) RE: JethroTull ? Keyboard player 29 Apr 05


'peggy is primarily the bassist'

Peggy was indeed 'a' bassist wi' 'em - but only one of another list that thankfully falls short of the number of keyboard players involved.

Now this thread has drifted off the keyboard over to the bass stack.
Ah well – one should run with the ball I suppose………

Only 'cause the list of keyboard folks up above is pretty comprehensive, I'll have a go at the bass list.
Starting off in order, down at the front end of the Tull lifespan that was my sixth-form and college days staple diet.
Hope I haven't missed anyone! (No doubt will be corrected if wrong)

'This was'.....
Glen Cornick (the original – great to watch! – melodic, yet still maintained the bottom end – class!)
Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond (er, more of a close mate that appeared to learn the ropes as he went along)
John Glascock (charismatic player – his arrival coincided with the more, um, folk-rock period starting with 'Songs from the Wood' – which saw the supporting members step up for a new departure on stage - vocal harmonies! Due to a heart defect, he was tragically lost to us all)
Tony Williams (one tour? - when John fell ill)
Dave Pegg (stability – quality - presence - and no slouch either!)
Steve Bailey (some tracks on just one album I believe)

and current 'Minstrel in the Gallery'....
Jonathon Noyce (present since 95 – maintains a high standard!)


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