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[[John McCoy]] played bass for [[Curved Air]] today. He was a former member of [[Cat Iron]] (where [[Mick Jacques]] played guitar and [[Stewart Copeland]] was "artistic director"). John had met [[Curved Air]] while they recorded [[Midnight Wire]] for the second time at [[Ramport Studios]] this August. He might have been their next bass player had he not insisted to replace some of the bass parts on [[Midnight Wire]]. The band refused as they had enough trouble with the album as it was.
  
 
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1975-08-31
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Performance summary
Artist performing: Curved Air
Tour: 1975-1976 Curved Air performances
Venue: Palace Lido
Location: Douglas, Isle of Man, UK
Support acts: SUPPORT ACTS
Ticket prices: TICKET PRICES


On 1975-08-31, Curved Air performed at the Palace Lido in Douglas, Isle of Man, UK.

Setlist

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Recording information

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Trivia

John McCoy played bass for Curved Air today. He was a former member of Cat Iron (where Mick Jacques played guitar and Stewart Copeland was "artistic director"). John had met Curved Air while they recorded Midnight Wire for the second time at Ramport Studios this August. He might have been their next bass player had he not insisted to replace some of the bass parts on Midnight Wire. The band refused as they had enough trouble with the album as it was.

See also

This section needs more information.

External links

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References

sources: Rockin' Balls - January 10, 1977; John McCoy interview


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