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November 30th .
1909: Robert Lee McCollum/Robert Nighthawk (US guitarist, slide guitar) * .
1911: Jorge Alberto Negrete Moreno (Mexican singer, actor) * .
1912: Gordon Parks (US photographer, musician, composer, writer, film director ) * .
1915: Brow nie McGhee (US blues artist; vocals, kazoo, piano, guitar) * .
1916: Benny Moten (American swing-style bass player) * .
1916 : Dena Epstein (US music librarian, musicologist, author ) * .
1922: Weston Noble (US music educator, conductor) * .
1924: Allan Sherman/Allan Copelon (US comedy singer) * .
1928: Huguette Dreyfus (French harpsichordist) * .
1929: Dick Wagstaff Clark (DJ, host to American Bandstand)
1930: Doug Oldham (US gospel music singer) * . 2010 .
1931: Jack Sheldon (US jazz trumpeter, singer, actor)
1932: Bob Loyce Moore ( American session musician, orchestra leader, and bassist ).
1933: Raul Indipwo ( Portuguese singer; Ouro Negro Duo ) * .
1937: Frank Ifield (Australian singer, songwriter, yodeler)
1937: Paul Stookey (US vocals, guitar; Peter, Paul & Mary).
1937: Jimmy Bowen (US record producer, country music singer)
1937: Sean Dunphy (Irish singer; The Hoedowners/solo) * .
1939: Walter Weller (Austrian conductor, violinist; The Weller Quartet) * .
1943: Rob Grill (US lead singer, songwriter, bass guitarist; The Grass Roots/solo) * 11. .
1943: Leo Lyons (UK bassist; Jaybirds/Ten Years After).
1944: Luther Ingram (R&B, soul singer, songwriter) * .
1944: Rob Grill (US bassist, vocals; Grass Roots)
1945: Rob Woodward aka Shel Naylor (UK singer; Stevely Makepiece/Lieutenant Pigeon).
1945: Johnny Dyani (South African jazz double bassist, pianist; The Blue Notes) * .
1945: Roger Glover ( UK bassist, percussion, synthesizer; Deep Purple)
1949: William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. (US jazz trombonist, composer).
1949: Terry Reid (UK singer, guitarist)
1949 : Érick Bamy aka Érick Stevens (French singer; Johnny Hallyday/Vigon Bamy Jay/solo) * .
1948: Stan Sulzmann (British alto saxophonist)
1952: Mandy Patinkin /Mandel Bruce Patinkin (US actor, tenor singer).
1953: David Sancious (US multi-instrumentalist; Bruce Springsteen/E Street Band/sessionist)
1953: June Pointer (US singer; Pointer Sisters/solo) * .
1953: Shuggy Otis (US R&B vocalist, harmonica, guitar, bass; freelance/son of Johnny Otis)
1954: George McArdle (Australian bassist; Little River Band)
1954: Richard "Rich" Conaty (US disc jockey; The Big Broadcast/others) * .
1955: Billy Idol/William Michael Albert Broad (UK singer; Generation X/solo)
1957: John Ashton (UK guitar; Psychedelic Furs)
1957: Andrew Calhoun (US folk singer, guitarist, record producer)
1957: Richard Barbieri (UK keyboardist, vocals; Porcupine Tree/Dolphin Brothers/Japan)
1958: Stacey Q/Stacey Lynn Swain (US singer)
1959: Cherie Currie (American singer, actress, chainsaw artist).
1963: Jalil Hutchins (US rapper, lyricist; Whodini).
1965: Paul Wheeler (Australian drummer; Icehouse)
1968: Des'ree/Desiree Weeks (UK R&B vocalist).
1969: Mike Stone (US guitarist; Queensryche).
1973: John Moyer (American bassist; Disturbed)
1975: Mindy McCready/Malinda Gayle McCready (US country music singer ) * .
1978: Clay Aiken (US singer; American Pop Idol)
1980: Joseph Milligan (US lead guitarist; Anberlin).
1987: Dougie Poynter (UK bass player, backing vocalist; McFly).
1989: Daisy Evans (UK actress, singer, cheerleader; S Club Juniors/S Club 8)
1991: Carnell Breeding (US singer; boy band B5)
1993: Yuuri Chinen (Japanese actor, singer)

In July 1972, after touring in supporting their previous album, Focus II (1971), the band retreated to Olympic Studios in Barnes , south west London, to record their next album. [1] Initially a single LP was intended to be recorded but the group had written a considerable amount of new material, so the group opted to release a double album . Mike Vernon reprised his role as the record's producer with George Chkiantz assigned as recording engineer. [1] [2] Two versions of the album's sleeve design exist; its North American release features each member photographed during a performance on the BBC music television show The Old Grey Whistle Test with a black background. The second, designed by Hamish Grimes, depicts a close-up of van Leer playing the flute with the title over his face. [3]

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