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    Frank Mead. I was born in Southend-on-Sea, about 30 miles from London. I started playing the harmonica as a 10 year old – every Christmas Mum and Dad bought me a new harmonica! I was in my first group as a sixteen year old, which I put together with a friend. We were both interested in Blues music and were listening to players like, Muddy ...

  2. › wiki › Frank_WeadFrank Wead - Wikipedia

    Other work. Screenwriter. Frank Wilbur [N 1] "Spig" Wead (24 October 1895 – 15 November 1947) was a U.S. Navy aviator who helped promote United States Naval aviation from its inception through World War II. Commander Wead was a recognized authority on early aviation.

  3. 4 de ene. de 2013 · Frank Mead & The MomaniacsFrank Mead, saxAlex Seemann, keyPeter Apel, gitMarkus Gnadt, b Oliver Spanuth, drca. 2000

  4. Frank Mead, superb and convulsive sax / flute / harmonica / bones player, has often been seen on stage in Gary Brooker's company : he's a long-standing contributor to No Stiletto Shoes and to Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, in both of which ensembles he has of course played A Whiter Shade of Pale along with other occasional PH / Brooker pieces. On ...

  5. Part II of the Frank Mead saga picks up in San Diego in 1907 when he began his short-lived, but historically consequential, partnership with Irving Gill. It is not yet known when Mead and Gill first crossed paths. Mead was in Southern California, possibly for the first time, during June-July of 1903.

  6. 18 de abr. de 2016 · 66. 3.9K views 7 years ago. „Slang Funk“ is a new and exciting collaboration between British saxophonist Frank Mead and German bassist and music producer Peter Muller. They have worked together...

  7. 13 de may. de 2016 · The enigmatic and eccentric Frank E. Mead is one of the more under-recognized personas in the development of modern architecture in Southern California. Like most migrant Southland architects around the turn of the century, Mead's design education began East of the Rockies in the architectural stronghold of Main Line Philadelphia.