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  1. Two Sides of Peter Banks is the debut album by ex-Yes, Flash, and Syn guitarist Peter Banks. It features contributions from members of several progressive rock bands, including Genesis ( Phil Collins and Steve Hackett ), King Crimson ( John Wetton ) and Flash (Ray Bennett and Mike Hough).

  2. Two Sides of Peter Banks (1973) by Peter Banks (1 track : Knights (Reprise)) - With Phil Collins on drums. Voo de Coracao by Ritchie (1984) (1 track : Voo de Coração) Wind in the Willows by Eddie Hardin (1985) (1 track : Wind in the Willows) Strangeland by Box of Frogs (1986) (2 tracks : Average and Trouble)

  3. Two Sides of Peter Banks es el primer álbum en solitario de Peter Banks, exguitarrista del grupo Yes. El título, Two Sides of Peter Banks ( Dos Caras de Peter Banks en castellano), hace referencia con ironía a las dos caras de un vinilo y de la personalidad del músico.

  4. 'Two Sides Of Peter Banks' is the solo debut studio album of Peter Banks and was released in 1973. The line up on the album is Peter Banks (electric and acoustic guitars, ARP, Minimoog and Fender piano), Jan Akkerman (electric and acoustic guitars), Steve Hackett (electric guitar), John Wetton (bass guitar), Ray Bennett (bass guitar), Phil ...

  5. Two Sides Of Peter Banks Knights & Battles [HQ Audio] 1973. 10:05. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1973 Vinyl release of "Two Sides Of Peter Banks" on Discogs.

  6. › wiki › Peter_BanksPeter Banks - Wikipedia

    In 1973, simultaneous with the third and final Flash release, Capitol Records released Two Sides of Peter Banks. Guest musicians included Akkerman, bassist John Wetton, drummer Phil Collins, guitarist Steve Hackett and fellow Flash members Ray Bennett and Mike Hough.

  7. TWO SIDES OF PETER BANKS 1. Vision of the King (Banks) 2. White House Vale (Banks) 3. Knights (Banks) 4. Battles (Akkerman, Banks) 5. Last Ellipse (Banks) 6. Beyond the Loneliest Sea (Akkerman) 7. Stop That! (Akkerman, Banks) 8. Get Out of My Fridge (Akkerman, Banks)