Status Quo's Alan Lancaster: My favorite bass albums

Alan Lancaster, Status Quo
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During his tenure with rock veterans Status Quo – from their inception in 1962 until he quit the band in 1985 – Alan Lancaster laid down some of heavy rock’s most solid bass-lines. Here, Alan nominates five albums that float his boat, bass-wise…

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