This live EP was recorded at London’s Marquee where The Move had taken over residency from The Who. Keith Moon’s influence is heard in Bev’s spirited drums.
Bev Bevan says:
“It’s all covers, but really tight. The old Jerry Lewis song It’ll Be Me had so much energy, I’m really pleased with the drumming. It’s also featured on the new boxed set as well.”
“The kit that I was using was a double bass drum Premier. That was the thing in Birmingham; we were all really loud bastards. Me, Johnny Bonham, Cozy Powell and Bill Ward.”
“Bonham used to watch me play and then steal my ideas. Then by the ’70s I was watching Led Zeppelin and trying to do what he was doing, because he was so good. But we were great mates. I’d go round to his house and he’d have two kits set up and a tiny kit for his son Jason and the three of us would all play together.”
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