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  • Question about the EI single

    sorry if this has been asked before (i did have a look but couldn't see it anywhere). I was just wondering if anyone knows who plays drums and bass on 'Some Kind Of Women' and the original version of 'Black Moon'. As far as i can tell they were written after Tony Martin joined and by that time Bob Daisley and Eric Singer had allready left the band, so it really only could have been Dave Spitz or perhaps Jo Burt on bass and either Bev Bevan or Terry Chimes on drums, does anyone know for sure who it is?

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    Re: Question about the EI single

    its the same guys as on the album
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      Re: Question about the EI single

      I'm pretty sure I read that the drums are by Eric Singer. I think the bass was by Geoff Nicholls.

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        Re: Question about the EI single

        It's the same band of the record, that is Dave on bass, Geoff on Keys, and Eric on drums.
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          Re: Question about the EI single

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          It's the same band of the record, that is Dave on bass, Geoff on Keys, and Eric on drums.

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          Wasnt it Bob Daisley only on the album??

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            Re: Question about the EI single

            Whoops! That's correct, sorry about that!
            The dog's name is Pete. If he tries to mount you in the middle of the night, say "no" sternly. But don't look him in the eye.

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