Pete Brown's Interoceters

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Pete Brown percussion/vox
Dave “Munch” Moore keys
Mo Nazam guitar
David Hadley bass
Simon Edgoose drums

The Interoceters are a stunning, top class outfit who bring to life Pete Brown’s imaginative song writing. Best known for co writing the Cream hits such as “White Room”, “I Feel Free”, “Politician” and “Theme From An Imaginary Western”, such is the longevity of Pete’s material that he was recently asked to appear in the “Disraeli Gears Classic Albums” TV documentary.

Last year, the BMI presented Pete and Jack Bruce with "Million Airs" awards for two million plays of White Room In the USA.

After Cream, Pete went on to find his own solo success with Piblokto and Back To Front in the 70’s, as well as establishing a song writing partnership with Jack Bruce. Since then Pete had rekindled his musical partnership from his Piblokoto days with Man keyboard player Phil Ryan. This in turn led to an excellent brace of albums, “Ardours of the Lost Rake” and “Coals to Jerusalem”. Mystic records have also reissued his 1983 collaboration with keyboard player Ian Lynn, “Party in The Rain”.

A poet and producer as well as a musician Pete is presently back on the music circuit with a brand new “Pete Brown & The Interoceters Live” album on Mystic Records.
Pete has also recently written material for Colosseum’s last album and has toured Japan twice with Japanese guitarist Saiichi Sugiyama.