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Every Which Way - 1970 - Brian Davison's Every Which Way

After The Nice disbanded, Emerson finding further fame in ELP, bassist-vocalist Lee Jackson will form his own group Jackson Heights, Brian Davison will form his own group as well, the ultra low-key Every Which Way and they would record two albums, which are now rare and very sought-after, for both of them are rather good. Produced by Davison, but holding only the drum stool, leaving the others take the spotlight, some of the members are known to progheads: Graham Bell on keys and lead vocals, and Allan Cartwright on bass are not exactly newcomers, and Geoffrey Peach on flute and sax giving much interest in the group's sound. Sonically, they sound like a proggy Ten Years After and Traffic. Sadly the albums will sink without a trace, and a few months later, both Brian and Lee would team up with Swiss KB-wiz Patrick Moraz to create the new The Nice.

01 - Bed Ain't What It Used To Be
02 - Castle Sand
03 - Go Placidly
04 - All In Time
05 - What You Like
06 - The Light

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