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  1. Fynn McCool – Fynn McCool vinyl LP on Prog Temple PTLP £ Add To Cart Brand new, sealed reissue of the LP in gatefold sleeve. Tracks: U.S. Thumbstyle, Hopeless Prescription, Hey Ho, Diamond Lil, Great Change Coming On, The Road To Wisdom, The Only Way To Feel, Faith Of Clay, Coming On Stronger, Shattered (Part 1), Shattered (Part 2).
  2. Mar 31,  · Fynn McCool, an Album by Fynn McCool. Released in August on RCA Victor (catalog no. SF ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Pub Rock. Featured peformers: Alan Escombe (bass), Mick Carter (drums), Ian Grant (producer, engineer), Keith Harwood (engineer)/5(6).
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  4. Caution: Joseph Wayne McCool is being sought for his alleged involvement in a ponzi scheme that was based out of Mesa, Arizona. Sometime before February, , McCool allegedly conspired with two.
  5. Sep 29,  · Fynn McCool - Fynn McCool ( Rhodesia / uk, magnificent prog classic rock, edition) The story of the Shake Spears is one of the most absorbing within the annals of ’s rock and roll. Despite enduring numerous line-up changes involving key members throughout their history, the band persevered, successfully bridging different eras.
  6. FYNN MCCOOL Fynn McCool ( UK limited edition track LP pressed on Audiophile quality Gram Vinyl the debut and only album from the prog rock group originally released in The vinyl is BRAND NEW & unplayed housed in a gatefold picture sleeve which remains sealed within its hype-stickered shrinkwrap PTLP).
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  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold sleeve Vinyl release of Fynn McCool on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - SF • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold sleeve • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock/5(8).
  9. May 17,  · Recorded in , it was released as a vinyl album in It was produced by Simon Napier-Bell and Ray Singer. Many of the album's songs can be heard in the film Permissive, in which the band appear as actors Alan Gorrie - Piano, Bass Guitar, Teapot.