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Mediocre, noodly mid-'70s outing, unreleased at the time, which strongly reflects the chops-heavy ethos of the period's British prog-rock. There's a bit of a Jeff Beck-type fusion influence here, some country-rock touches there, occasional Steely Dan-esque structures, and straight-ahead, tech-savvy, pedestrian boogie as well. The best place to hear Gustafson's talents is in the basslines of Roxy Music's "Love Is the Drug," not here.


Born: 16 April 1944 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

John Gustafson is the second most important bassist ever to come out of Liverpool. That sounds significant, and it is, but it still leaves him in the long shadow of Paul McCartney, however, a fact that helped eclipse some of the perceived worth of his earliest professional and recorded work. Gustafson, born in Liverpool to parents of Swedish and Irish descent, actually had a jump on McCartney in the early days of the local Merseybeat boom -- his band, the Big Three (which also included Johnny Hutchinson...
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