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Levin Torn White: Levin Torn White

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Pity poor Alan White. The British drummer had racked up plenty of street cred playing on projects by then-ex-Beatles John Lennon and George Harrison, Joe Cocker and Free's Paul Kossoff, when progressive rockers Yes came knocking in 1973, looking to replace Bill Bruford, who'd departed, on the cusp of massive commercial success, to join up with the more improv-heavy King Crimson. Forty years later, White is still working in a group that struggles for relevancy in the 21st century--still relying ...


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