Wilfried van Damme writes from Ghent
The following comes from an article entitled Eenvoudige muziek van ouderwetse kwaliteit (Simple Music of an Old-Fashioned Quality) by Michiel Willems, published on 10 August 1977 in De Stem, a Dutch local newspaper.
"Procol Harum's Keith Reid is prepared to take up management. A new group is being formed, called Full House, and they're making a record by the same name."
Frankie Miller says that, during recording his latest album, Keith Reid has helped him to keep away from the booze that was ruining his life. He says that he [FM] is clean now.
I remember having read somewhere that later on there were disagreements between FM and KR, with FM accusing KR of mismanagement, albeit not in a ferocious way.
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