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Aquostic II: That's A Fact! - Status Quo

Aquostic II: That's A Fact!

Status Quo  

Format: 1 CD

Genre: rock, Acoustic

Barcode: 0602557026788

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Two south London fellows called Alan Lancaster (bass) and Francis Rossi (guitar - known as Mike Rossi (4) during the band's early years) founded the band in 1962. First name The Paladins soon changed to The Spectres (2) (another previously-documented early name, The Scorpions, is disputed).
In 1966, the band changed their name to "The Traffic", shortly thereafter to The Traffic Jam (2). The lineup consisted of Lancaster, Rossi, John Coghlan (drums) and Roy Lynes (keyboard).
A year later, the band changed name once again to "The Status Quo". Rick Parfitt (guitar) joined the band. Their first hit record, "Pictures of Matchstick Men", was released. "The" was omitted from the name of the band in 1969, known thereafter as just "Status Quo"


1  That's A Fact 

2  Roll Over Lay Down 

3  Dear John 

4  In The Army Now 

5  Hold You Back 

6  One For The Road 

7  Backwater 

8  One For Everything 

9  Belavista Man 

10  Lover Of The Human Race 

11  Ice In The Sun 

12  Mess Of Blues 

13  Jam Side Down 

14  Resurrection 



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Andy Bown,Francis Rossi,Peter Kircher,Bob Young,Alan Lancaster,Rick Parfitt,John "Rhino" Edwards,Matthew Letley,Roy Lynes,Jeff Rich,John Coghlan,Leon Cave,Richie Malone (2)

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