Tag Archives: Bedlam

Interview with DAVE BALL

April 2, 2015

January 2015 On March 31st, 2015, the next day after his 65th birthday, Dave Ball, one of the finest, and criminally underrated, English guitarists, passed away. The world’s become a much more boring place without him in it, as Dave was … Continue reading

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Dave Ball passed away

April 1, 2015

Another friend has just passed away, one day after his 65th birthday… Dave Ball was a great guitarist, mostly known for his work on PROCOL HARUM’s with an orchestra and his in BEDLAM; he also was a top-notch illustrator and a writer; … Continue reading

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BEDLAM – Live In Binghampton 1974

February 15, 2014

Angel Air 2013 British supergroup’s swan-song flight to the verge of greatness and the great undoing offers a new look on it all. Leaner and tighter: when this quartet set their collective foot in America, supporting BLACK SABBATH, they’d come … Continue reading

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BEDLAM – the last hurray

August 16, 2013

1974 was the year when the mighty¬†BEDLAM¬†ceased to exist. Not that there weren’t fire anymore in the interplay of the Ball brothers, bassist Denny and guitarist Dave, and the drums of Cozy Powell; it was the latter’s success with a … Continue reading

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