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Ardent Manchester rock fans will all recall the influential music of local group Van der Graaf Generator.
Other iconic bands to play at the club's Saturday night gigs included Judas Priest, Thin Lizzy, Medicine Head, Lindisfarne, Renaissance and Van Der Graaf Generator.
But perhaps it's his time with Cycle when John was most in his element, the band supporting the likes of Joe Cocker, Mott the Hoople, Van der Graaf Generator and Atomic Rooster at the famous Redcar Jazz Club nights.
The album gained some rave reviews and they supported the likes of Peter Hammill's Van der Graaf Generator, Medicine Head and John Martyn.
It is also strangely evocative of mareddenim, bearded 70's rock groups, like Van der Graaf Generator and Bachman Turner Overdrive: "And here they are, the band of the moment, smashing their way - quite literally - to the top of the charts.
MUSIC: Van Der Graaf Generator back on the road as the trio from 1968, Hugh Banton, Guy Evans and Peter Hammill.
But once the dust had settled even anarchic icons such as John Lydon admitted to loving the likes of Van Der Graaf Generator.
A mighty blast from the past will rock Hall One of The Sage Gateshead next week when prog rock pioneers Van der Graaf Generator put the venue's perfect acoustics to the test.
It helped launch local bands and brought major names to the town such as Wishbone Ash, Judas Priest, Thin Lizzy, Medicine Head, Lindisfarne, Renaissance, Van Der Graaf Generator, Budgie, Babe Ruth and UFO.
VAN Der Graaf Generator, whose new album A Grounding In Numbers is out on Monday week on CD and limited-edition numbered vinyl, will follow up with a short UK tour including a date at Leamington's Assembly on Thursday, March 24.
Her head teacher Matthew Scarrott paid tribute to the popular pupil, shown testing the static charge of a Van der Graaf generator.