For these gigs, Chapman, Palmer and Cregan were joined by five other musicians. In 1972, another album, Bandstand was released, which leaned more towards hard rock than art rock, featuring the singles “Burlesque” in late 1972, and “My Friend the Sun”, which was released in early 1973. With the UK success of Family’s first two albums, the band undertook a tour of the United States in April 1969, but it was beset by problems. In late 1969, Jim King was asked to leave Family due to “erratic behaviour” and was replaced by multi-instrumentalist John “Poli” Palmer. ROSMARIE Trapp, whose family became immortalized in the musical film The Sound of Music, has passed away at 93.
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