Talk:The Flock (band)

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Someone has just bunged a load of text in, without attribution. Page also needs infobox. Have put a TODO on my Userpage & I'll get to it when I can... --Rodhullandemu 20:40, 10 September 2007 (UTC)

Confusing sentence[edit]

The following sentence from the "History" section is not clear. "In late 1976, Fred Glickstein & Ron Karpman recruited bassist/cellist Thom Blecka from Chicago (formerly of T.S Henry Webb Group featuring Frank Posa) - Corky Siegel w/Sam Lay, Albert King, Joe Jammer Johnny Ross & The Babysitters & others) and formed a power trio that chose the title of: "FLOCK 3"."

There is an unresolved parenthesis which hinders communication of the facts. As I do not have information on this subject I would ask for someone who does to attend to this if possible. Thoughts?THX1136 (talk) 16:37, 19 May 2014 (UTC)