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  1. In December 1961, Alan "Earl" Watson fronted the Blue Flames, playing tenor saxophone and singing. In May 1962, the group was augmented by Ghanaian percussionist Neeomi "Speedy" Acquaye and Green left the group.

  2. Terry Hounsome's book 'New Rock Record' lists the musicians in Georgie Fame's 1969 live band as John Warren (baritone sax), Harold Beckett (trumpet), Frank Ricotti (percussion/alto sax), Chris Pyne (trombone), Alan Skidmore (tenor sax), Harvey Burns (drums), Colin Green (guitar), Brian Odgers (bass guitar).

  3. They then added tenor saxophonist Alan "Earl" Watson (born Alan Michael Watson, 8 July 1940, Forest Gate, East London), formerly a member of Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, so becoming The Migil 5, and won a residency at the Tottenham Royal dance hall, replacing the Dave Clark Five.

  4. They then added tenor saxophonist Alan "Earl" Watson, formerly a member of Georgie Fame's Blue Flames, so becoming The Migil 5, and won a residency at the Tottenham Royal dance hall, replacing the Dave Clark Five.

  5. 9 de dic. de 2023 · In December 1961 Alan "Earl" Watson fronted The Blue Flames, playing tenor saxophone and singing. In May 1962 the group was augmented by Ghanaian percussionist Neeomi "Speedy" Acquaye and Green left the group. Fame took over as the lead vocalist, Green was replaced by Joe Moretti and in turn was later replaced by John McLaughlin.

  6. In December 1961 Alan "Earl" Watson fronted The Blue Flames, playing tenor saxophone and singing. In May 1962 the group was augmented by Ghanaian percussionist Neeomi "Speedy" Acquaye and Green left the group.

  7. 12 de ene. de 2019 · In December 1961 Alan EarlWatson fronted The Blue Flames, playing tenor saxophone and singing. In May 1962 the group was augmented by Ghanaian percussionist Neeomi “Speedy” Acquaye and Green left the group.