Warm Dust

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Warm Dust
Origin England
Genres Progressive rock, jazz
Years active 1970–1972
Labels Trend
Past members Keith Bailey
Paul Carrack
Terry "Tex" Comer
Dave Pepper
Alan Solomon
John Surguy
Les Walker

Warm Dust were a British progressive jazz rock band of the early 1970s. Although a relatively obscure group, they featured Paul Carrack and Terry "Tex" Comer, who later formed Ace.

Members[edit]

  • Les Walker - Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar
  • Paul Carrack - Organ, Piano, Guitar
  • Terry "Tex" Comer - Bass, Guitar, Recorder
  • Alan Solomon - Sax, Flute, Oboe, Piano
  • John Surguy - Sax, Flute, Oboe, Vibraphone, Clarinet
  • Dave Pepper - Drums, Percussion (on And It Came To Pass)
  • Keith Bailey - Drums, Percussion, Vocals (on Peace For Our Time)
  • John Bedson - Drums, Percussion (on Third Album)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • And It Came to Pass (Trend, 1970)
  • Peace for Our Time (Trend, 1971)
  • Warm Dust (also called Third Album[1]) (BASF, 1972)
  • Dreams of Impossibilities (BASF, 1972)

Single[edit]

  • "It's a Beautiful Day"/"Worm Dance" (Trend,1970)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Third Album by Warm Dust". Allmusic. Retrieved 4 August 2011. 

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