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Guitarist Moody and his schoolfriend Paul Rodgers began their careers together in The Roadrunners, playing pub gigs. In 1967 they moved to London's Finsbury Park and renamed themselves The Wild Flowers, joined by Bruce Thomas on bass. The group disintegrated and Rodgers went his own way to form Brown Sugar and later to join Free. Moody then teamed up with John McCoy* (vocals/harmonica), Terry Sidgewick (bass) and Terry Popple (drums) of the bluesband Real McCoy. The band changed their name to "Tramline" and, through McCoy's contacts with Island Records, secured a two-album deal. Their first recording was "Somewhere Down the Line", made at Morgan studios, Willesden, London. This was followed by "Moves Of Vegetable Centuries". The group disbanded in October 1968. *NOTE: NOT bassist John McCoy of Ian Gillan Band

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Moves Of Vegetable Centuries  Tramline Moves Of Vegetable Centuries LP, CD   2 listed $9 - $59 View All
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