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“The Butterfly Ball” Gets A Box Set Treatment
February 25, 2018
While the reissue of this project’s live version remains in contractual limbo, 1974’s “The Butterfly Ball And The Grasshopper’s Feast” – credited to Roger Glover And Friends but written in significant part by Eddie Hardin – will emerge anew as … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged David Coverdale, Eddie Hardin, Glenn Hughes, John Gustafson, John Lawton, Roger Glover, Ronnie James Dio, Tony Ashton
“Butterfly Ball”: A New Look At The Movie
May 20, 2017
Since its release in 1974, Roger Glover’s “The Butterfly Ball And The Grasshopper’s Feast” has had a double life: one of a glorified rock opera, and the other of a slightly surrealistic film that interjected footage from a 1975 concert … Continue reading
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Eddie Hardin, R.I.P.
July 23, 2015
Eddie Hardin, one of the greatest British musicians, has tragically died, aged 66. Melodicist of the highest caliber, on par with , he first came to prominence as a keyboard player and singer with SPENCER DAVIS GROUP before quitting (and, … Continue reading
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