Years: 1970 - 1972
Styles: Jazz Rock, Progressive Rock
Dransfield "Les" Walker - Guitar, Harmonica, Vibraphone , Vocals
Paul Carrack - Guitar, Organ, Piano, Timpani, Vocals
John Surgey - Clarinet, Flute, Guitar, Oboe, Saxophone, Vibraphone , Vocals
Alan Soloman - Clarinet, Flute, Oboe, Piano, Saxophone
Terry "Tex" Comer - Bass Guitar, Guitar
Dave Pepper - Drums, Percussion
Keith Bailey - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
John Bedson - Drums, Percussion
Warm Dust was a British progressive jazz rock band formed in 1970 comprised Les Walker (vocals), Paul Carrack (keyboards), Alan Soloman (saxophone, keyboards, vocals), John Surguy (saxophone, guitar, vocals), Terry ‘Tex’ Comer (bass) and Dave Pepper (drums).
Imagine a mixture between Caravan and early Chicago (around 1970). When they go into longer tracks, they develop an excellent, dense music dominated by flute and saxes, the great organ by Paul Carak and the deep and strong vocals by Dansfield Walker.
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