I saw the band Pride, that Lee sang for, play local pubs and clubs in the Cannock area a few times. The band's guitarist, Dave, is a good friend of mine and I have a copy of their CD. When I played it I kept thinking that Trapeze must be an influence, not just in the singing but in the playing. When I suggested this to Dave he said that he'd never heard Trapeze. Must be something in the water around here that makes people sing and play like this.
Thank you John,
I can't say how sorry I am we didn't get to do the planned shows, I so looking forward to them & I know how much they meant to Mel ..
We have all lost one of the best ever ...
"see you in my dreams" ...
Shirl, - you are a Star*, thanks for all your support dear x
Well on a Positive note, as Shirl mentioned ,I have this new record out, my first solo effort ever!,
It took a while getting it out, but I am proud of all of it,
If anyone feels like adding it to their collection,
It would be so appreciated,
take care, Lee
That is indeed a great track.
It's from Lee's new album Jamaica Inn.
The album sounds in places like Glenn's album Blues and Trapeze.
Further worth to mention are Shine A Light and Voyager.
That last one is a cover from the band Gamma (Ronnie Montrose). One of my all time favourite tracks. It's staying close to the original.
All though I think the original is better, I love this one also.
Lee, that's awesome! Not only killer vocals, but that clean tone on the guitar is very nice. I have mentioned this before, brother, but if you ever need a guitar player in Texas and the States, I'm your man