Strange Days

Strange Days were an English art-rock band from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, that released the album 9 Parts to the Wind on Retreat Records in 1975. Three-fourths of the band played in the earlier combo Travis, which issued the album Shine on Me on A&M in 1973. Drummer Eddie McNeil subsequently joined members of the original Renaissance lineup when they reformed for two albums as Illusion during the late 1970s. Guitarist/vocalist Graham Ward resurfaced a decade later in the mid-1980s pop trio the Ward Brothers.

Members: Graham Ward (guitar, vocals), Eddie McNeil (drums, percussion), Eddy Spence (keyboards), Phil Walman (bass, vocals)

  • 9 Parts to the Wind (1975)

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