Consortium

Late 1960's UK psychedelic pop group. Formed 1969. Disbanded 1980
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Consortium

Consortium Biography (Wikipedia)

West Coast Consortium were a British psychedelic pop group which recorded for Pye Records between 1967 and 1970. They were best known for the single "All the Love in the World", released as simply "Consortium", written by Geoff Simpson and recorded with the line-up of Robbie Fair (vocals), Geoff Simpson (lead guitar), Bryan Bronson (rhythm guitar), John Barker (bass), John Podbury (drums) and Billy Mangham. The band was revived by drafting in new members Brian Parker (guitar), Ken Brown (bass) and John Albert Parker (drums), and went on with a much heavier almost psychedelic style and had some success as a touring band, eventually coming off the road in 1980 but staying together, recording and playing on sessions.

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