Keyboard player Bob Jackson went on to play with a range of top artists and bands including John Entwhistle's Ro Ro and then Ross, Pete Brown's Piblokto, Badfinger, Dodgers and more recently The Fortunes.
This is part 1, part two when published with focus on their 1971 album Indian Summer.
PART TWO OF PETE CLEMONS ARTICLE ON INDIAN SUMMER
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From Coventry Evening Telegraph 1971
Trev Teasdel "Summer 1970, Indian summer played Pete Waterman's Walsgrave pub Progressive Music venue. I was doing the door for Pete and through bass player Malc Harker (who was soon to leave the band) booked them for the Coventry Arts Umbrella club. The Umbrella was only a small venue but the Friday night band sessions went on until about 2am. We were lucky to get them, the band were in big demand at that stage and not long afterwards made their first album for RCA Neon - still a classic on the Prog-rock scene after all this time."
The early version of Indian Summer with Paul Butterfield (far left) and Al Hatton 2nd left.
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