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A Band of Angels

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  1. vocals, various instruments

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  2. were a mid-1960s pop group featuring Mike d'Abo , John Edward Baker (lead guitar), John Christian Gaydon (rhythm guitar), Andrew Charles Malcolm Glywn Petre (drums), David Robert Wilkinson (bass guitar)

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  3. Mike d'Abo went to Manfred Mann, while John Gaydon became a successful manager, involved with King Crimson; Julie Felix; Emerson, Lake & Palmer; T. Rex

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  4. and Roxy Music in partnership with "A Band Of Angels" former manager David Enthoven

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  5. They later co-founded E.G. Records

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  6. Andrew Petre joined a group called Timebox in the period September 1966 until August 1967

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