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Reggie Knighton

Reggie Knighton

Reggie Knighton


After leaving The Grass Roots in 1976 Reggie Knighton inked a solo deal with CBS Records. His debut album, entitled REGGIE KNIGHTON, hit the shelves in 1977. This 10 song disc juxtaposed catchy pop melodies (such as Drug Dealer and Girl From Pluto) with some far out lyrical storytelling. In 1978, Reggie released his sophomore effort, THE REGGIE KNIGHTON BAND, and used his touring band rather than studio musicians to record his songs. Producer Roy Thomas Baker was recruited to oversee the sessions. Read more on Last.fm
After leaving The Grass Roots in 1976 Reggie Knighton inked a solo deal with CBS Records. His debut album, entitled REGGIE KNIGHTON, hit the shelves in 1977. This 10 song disc juxtaposed catchy pop melodies (such as Drug Dealer and Girl From Pluto) with some far out lyrical storytelling. In 1978, Reggie released his sophomore effort, THE REGGIE KNIGHTON BAND, and used his touring band rather than studio musicians to record his songs. Producer Roy Thomas Baker was recruited to oversee the sessions.

The line-up on the record is Reggie Knighton (vocals/guitar), Brian Ray (guitar), Glenn Symmonds (drums) and Kurtis Teel (bass). This album was certainly more of a straight-ahead rock record than the debut, but the lyrical content was still purely original Reggie. Songs such as Rock 'N' Roll Alien and Clone In Love can attest to that. In support of the record the band went out on tour with 10cc.

In 1981 Reggie resurfacerd as a member of Mark Saffan And The Keepers on their selftitled album. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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