DLWP & Music’s Not Dead present Terry Reid – an intimate gig in the DLWP Cafe Bar on Sunday 21 May 2017. Terry Reid, Superlungs as he’s affectionately known, is without doubt one of the greatest rock/soul voices this country has ever produced or is indeed likely to. A Terry Reid concert should be a cherished memory for any self-respecting fan of the greats of British music.
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Colin Norton… I worked on a couple of Terry Reid concerts back in the early seventies. This guy is great!
Tony Davis… Sorry to say this but I went to see Terry Reid at the Half Moon, Putney about 18 months ago and…….it’s the only gig I’ve ever walked out off before the end. I was really looking forward to it but I’m afraid that on this night he was shambolic and rambling.
Jan Warren… Oh what a shame Alan, I know old age gets to us all, and its always sad to see musicians going down that road?? – but after all they are human too!!
Colin Norton… It sounds as if age may have taken its toll on Terry Reid from Tony’s comments. Back in ’71 he had David Lindley on slide guitar, Lee Miles on bass and Alan White on drums.
Pete Fisher… saw him supporting Savoy Brown and Jethro Tull in 1969…fabulous!
supplied by Pete Fisher
Chris Sambrook… Rumour has it that Jimmy Page thought of Terry Reid as his singer for a new Band Page was forming before he came across Plant. Just think without Robert Plant, and his recommendation of John Bonham, the course of Rock history might have been a different story.