Turning Point (UK band)

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Turning Point were a late 1970s fusion band from the UK. The band was formed by Jeff Clyne (bass) and Brian Miller (keyboards), who had previously played together in Isotope,[1] and Pepi Lemer (wordless vocals).[2] Also in the band were David Tidball (saxes) and Paul Robinson (drums). They recorded two albums: Creatures of the Night (1977) and Silent Promise (1978), both on the Gull label.

They toured the UK, including supporting National Health in 1977. Their final tour in 1980 included Allan Holdsworth, Neil Ardley and Gary Husband.

P. Lemer was the then-wife (later divorced) of Pete Lemer and went on to become a vocal coach, including working with The Spice Girls. Robinson later worked with Nina Simone. Miller worked on the musical Cats for several years.

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