Deep Joy

Courtesy of Gerry McAvoy 2009: Deep Joy evolved from Pride 1968 - 1970. Jim Ferguson was later replaced by Dave Harper on keyboards who was later replaced by Chris Morrison (keyboards and oboe). Brendan O'Neill was replaced by Wilgar Campbell on drums. The band toured with Taste in the U.K. and when both bands broke up on exactly the same night 31st December 1970, Gerry McAvoy and Wilgar Campbell both became rhythm section for Rory Gallagher. Subsequently, Brendan O'Neill replaced Wilgar Campbell with Rory Gallagher.

Related: Pride, Taste, The Method

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Vocals:
Lead Guitar:
Jim Ferguson
2nd Guitar:
Jimmy Carlisle
Bass:
Gerry McAvoy
Drums: Brendan O'Neill
Piano/Organ/Oboe:
Chris Morrison
Other:
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