rhythm guitarist

rhythm guitarist

The Lead, Twenty Ten

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The first successful domestic market foreign pop group in Japan, The Lead who formed in 1968, doing the song "Twenty Ten" produced by Robbie Wada on RCA Victor records. Band members were drummer Alan Hill, who sings the tenor lead vocal on this number, bassist Phil Trainer, who sings the falsetto lead vocal, rhythm guitarist Tamia Arbuckle and lead guitarist Alan Merrill (who replaced guitarist Mark Elder in the band in the winter of 1968) sing the additional harmonies. This was on the band's album titled "Sound Of Silence" released in 1969. Thank you to Miss Hitomi for providing the music file transfer from the LP!