On The Move - Steve Gray / Kevin Peek - Country Folk (Vinyl, LP)


1979
Label: Bruton Music - BRJ 15 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Classical, Folk, World, & Country •
On The Move - Steve Gray / Kevin Peek - Country Folk (Vinyl, LP)

After James Taylor Move broke up later that year, Peek was joined in the UK by two other ex-members and, and formed the Kevin Peek Trio (–69). In , moved to the UK and the musicians formed the short lived rock band. After Quartet disbanded, Peek spent the rest of the decade working in the UK as a session musician. In he joined Sky.

Kevin Peek (21 December – 11 February ) was an Australian guitarist, playing both rock and classical music, best known for his work with the progressive rock band Sky.. He was born in Adelaide, South Australia, and initially played classical percussion in the Adelaide Conservatorium of Music, before teaching himself the guitar. In Peek formed a Psychedelic pop, progressive rock Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.

Steve Gray – Relax: A John Scott – Pretty Surroundings: A Steve Gray – Country Holiday: B Kevin Peek – The Journey: B Kevin Peek – Breakfast Time: B Kevin Peek – Meeting The Locals: B Kevin Peek – Hot Summer: B Kevin Peek – On The Move: B Kevin Peek – Old Village: B John A. Coleman* – Pretty 3/5(3).

After James Taylor Move broke up later that year, Peek was joined in the UK by two other ex-members and, and formed the Kevin Peek Trio (–69). In , moved to the UK and the musicians formed the short lived rock band. After Quartet disbanded, Peek spent the rest of the decade working in the UK as a session musician. In he joined Sky.

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