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|1974-..-..||.||Starts to play double bass drum, inspired by a catalogue of Ludwig Octaplus and the drumming of Tommy Aldridge, Billy Cobham and Cozy Powell. In an interview SP states that saw Tommy Aldridge turned him onto double bass drums after seeing a show of Black Oak Arkansas on The Old Grey Wistle Test. Gary Husband states after asked why he plays left hand on the hi hat occasionally, that he was influenced by Billy Cobham to do so after seeing a show on the Old Grey Wistle Test. Husband presumes SP made the same expierence then too.||.|
|1974-..-..||1974-..-..||Recording with Robert Palmer||Sneakin' Sally thru the Alley|
As John Turnbull assembled "The Loving Awareness Band", the band worked with several drummers; SP was one of them in March/April 1974. Loving Awareness featured John Turnbull (guitar, vocals) Norman Watt-Roy (bass, vocals) Mickey Gallagher (keyboards). Obviously no recordings were made in this setting.
|1974-06-..||1974-07-..||Recording with Dana Gillespie||Ain't gonna play no second fiddle|
|1974-08-07||1974-..-..||Recording with Andrew Lloyd Webber||The Odessa File|
|1974-..-..||1974-..-..||Recording with Maynard Williams||Ten Songs|
Playing at the Dana Gillespie, 'Ain't gonna play no second fiddle-Tour'
|1974-..-..||1975-03-..||Recording with Chopyn||Grand slam|
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