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Abrahams, Mick

What is a Wommett?

Abrahams, Mick - What is a Wommett?, ebook

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Mick Abrahams first rose to fame as a guitarist during the 1960s and was a founder member of Jethro Tull, although his time with the band was to prove short lived owing to the vividly contrasting musical styles of himself and Ian Anderson. In his autobiography What is a Wommett Mick finally puts the record straight about this parting of the ways and the events that have shaped the man and his music since that time up to the present day. Perhaps best known for his time with Blodwyn Pig, the band he formed after leaving Tull, Abrahams has continued to delight fans with his own brand of blues, jazz and rock on highly acclaimed albums spanning several decades. With a fitting foreword by radio presenter and champion of great music, Bob Harris, this autobiography provides a fascinating insight into the character of an upbeat man who hasn’t allowed anything to keep him down for long. Packed with anecdotes and stories about Mick’s life in and out of the spotlight, this book is a must have for his fans and anyone who remembers the excitement of the emerging new musical talent of the sixties.

Keywords: jethro, tull, music, aqualung, flute, hopping, jazz, rock, roll, 60s, 70s, recording, pop, luton, singers, bands, musician

Author(s)
Publisher
Andrews UK
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Biography Series
Page amount
178 pages
Category
Personal history
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781907792373
Printed ISBN
9781906358488

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