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Glenn Cornick, RIP

From the Jethro Tull website:
"It is with great sadness that we learned today of the passing of Glenn Cornick, bass player with [Bad link] from the band’s inception 1968 until 1970. Of course, he had also played with the John Evan Band for the year during 1967 and so his contribution to the geographical transition from Blackpool to London and into the professional music scene was considerable.

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Gnidrolog

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Goldring brothers, Stewart and Colin, made the switch from acoustic folk to prog rock, recording two albums for RCA in the early 70s. Colin Goldring is best known for playing recorder on the song "Your Move" from the Yes Album.

Founded: 1969

Location: London, England

Website: Stewart Goldring (GNIDROLOG-Stewart Goldring) on Myspace

Goblin return to the USA in December (with Zombi)

From Zombi's tumblr site:
"Due to popular demand, our heroes [Bad link]* will be adding a second run of North American shows in December, and I probably don’t have to tell you how thrilled we are to be joining them for these dates. It’s been almost 7 years since our last tour of the States - hope you can make it to one of these shows.

Nov 29 Chicago, IL/ The Empty Bottle w/Taiga, Alex Barnett (no Goblin)
Nov 30 Minneapolis, MN/ The Varsity Theater
Dec 1 Milwaukee, WI/ Turner Hall
Dec 3 St. Louis, MO/ 2720 Cherokee
Dec 4 Cincinnati, OH/ Taft Theatre

Godfrey, Robert John

The leader of The Enid released one album for Charisma Records in 1974.

Founded: 1947

Location: Leeds, Kent, England

Website: Welcome to the The Enid

Gotic

Exemplary album of progressive rock from Spain.

Founded: 1975

Location: Barcelona, Spain

Website: Rafael Escoté

Greenslade

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Founded: 1972

Location: London, England

Website: The Greenslade Website

Greenslade, Dave

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Son of arranger Arthur Greenslade, Dave first cut his teeth with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and Chris Farlowe's Thunderbirds.

Founded: 1943

Location: Woking, Surrey, England

Greenwood, Nicholas

Bassist Nicholas Greenwood previously played in the Crazzy World of Arthur Brown in the late 60s, and later hooked up with Khan with Steve Hillage and Dave Stewart. He cut one solo LP for the Kingdom label in 1973, with Dick Henningham on organ and Eric Peachy on drums, both previously members of Khan.

Grobschnitt

Founded: 1970

Location: Hagen, Germany

Website: http://www.grobschnitt-band.de

Großkopf, Harald

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Best known for his metronomic drumming with Klaus Schulze, Wallenstein, and Ashra, Harald Großkopf is also an accomplished synthesist and world musician.

Founded: 1949

Location: Hildesheim, Germany

Website: Harald Grosskopf - The Official Website