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EWGEuropäische Währungsgemeinschaft
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If you know nothing else by the Edgar Winter Group, you probably know the fast-paced and high-spirited 1973 hit "Free Ride,'' with its unbridled guitar line and gleeful harmonics.
He was the older brother of Edgar Winter, who like him was an albino, and rose to musical fame with the Edgar Winter Group.
Two years later, after session work with the Edgar Winter Group, Boz Scaggs and Herbie Hancock, he formed his own four-man band with drummer Denny Carnassi, bass player Bill Church and Hagar on vocals.
The line-up was impressive, with Rick Derringer (The Mc-Coys), Edgar Winter (The Edgar Winter Group), and Wally Palmer (The Romantics) providing a solid wall of sound both as Starr took the audience on a musical journey from his first real Beatles hit, I Wanna Be Your Man ("This is one I used to do with that other band I used to be in", he said, ever the king of understatement), to Boys, Act Naturally, With A Little Help From My Friends and Yellow Submarine, which had his 92-year-old Auntie Ev dancing in the aisles.
Played Chicago, with Suzi Quatro on the bill, then a string of shows alongside the likes of Edgar Winter Group and Chick Corea.
CARMINE APPICE PROJECT: Legendary drummer Carmine Appice, formerly of Vanilla Fudge, Blue Murder and The Edgar Winter Group, handpicked a host of top rockers to join him for his Guitar Zeus project in the late 90s - and the best tracks have now at last been issued on one album in the UK.
1975: "Edgar Winter Group with Rick Derringer" (producer/member)
The line-up was impressive with Rick Derringer (The Mc-Coys), Edgar Winter (The Edgar Winter Group), and Wally Palmer (The Romantics) providing a solid wall of sound as Starr took the audience on a musical journey from his first real Beatles hit, I Wanna Be Your Man ("This is one I used to do with that other band I used to be in", he said, ever the king of understatement), to Boys, Act Naturally, With A Little Help From My Friends and Yellow Submarine - which had his 92-year-old Auntie Ev dancing in the aisles.
If not, the title of the song will likely jog some, ah, sleepy brain cells - "Frankenstein," by the Edgar Winter Group.