Music today has been two great bands from the late sixties and early seventies that you hear little about these days. Family and Curved Air. I started with the classic Music In A Doll’s House (1968) by Family, their debut album, before moving on to Curved Air’s debut Air Conditioning (1970) and their second album called Second Album (1971) that featured the hit Back Street Luv which reached No.4 in the British charts. Finally playing Family’s second album Family Entertainment (1969). A thought for recently departed Curved Air drummer Florian Pilkington-Miksa who incidentally was replaced by future drummer for The Police, Stewart Copeland, who in 1982 married singer Sonja Kristina. Olivia almost booked a lesson with violinist Darryl Way. Keyboard player/guitarist Francis Monkman went on to form Sky with John Williams.

Music Of The Daze

The musical musings in this post are an excerpt from my daily blog, TO WHERE I AM NOW, featured on my main website. See more pictures and read the full post here.

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