Mark Guerrero interviews English rock singer/songwriter/guitarist Terry Reid. Terry and his band opened for the Rolling Stones and Cream in the 1960s. Because he had an album out and was touring with the Stones, he turned down the lead vocal job for the band who would become Led Zeppelin. In the '60s, Aretha Franklin was quoted as saying "The best things to come out of England are the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Terry Reid." On this show the best of Terry's two solo albums of the '70s are featured. The first one, "Seed of Memory," was produced by Graham Nash. This is the second episode of my new show, "Rock Doc Chronicles."
July 18, 2019