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Forever More (band)

Forever More
Photo of band taken from album liner notes
Background information
Origin Scotland
Genres Progressive rock
Past members Alan Gorrie
Onnie McIntyre
Mick Travis
Stuart Francis

Forever More was a late 1960s and early 1970s Scottish progressive rock band, featuring Alan Gorrie and Onnie Mair (aka Onnie McIntyre), who would later go on to form the Average White Band. Mick Travis (born Michael Strode,on 24 May 1948 in Oldbury, West Midlands) was also a member of the band. Drummer Stewart Francis joined Glencoe and appeared on Roger Daltrey's Ride a Rock Horse album.

They recorded two albums, Yours - Forever More and Words on Black Plastic, the latter featuring future Average White Band tenor saxophone player, Malcolm Duncan. They also appeared as themselves in Lindsay Shontieff's 1970 film "Permissive".

Release of CD in 2007

In 2007, a CD was released on Retro Disc International, SL - Spain records, including songs from both albums. This CD is out of print and very difficult to find, but can occasionally be found on Amazon or eBay.


Cover of the digitally remastered CD of both albums released in 2007


External links

  • The Tapestry of Delights - an online guide to UK beat and progressive music between 1963 and 1976.

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