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    North, Christopher

    He is a keyboard player and vocalist and was a founder member of the band Ambrosia in 1971.  He left the band in 1978 just before their breakthrough with "How Much I Feel" but rejoined them when they had reformed in 1997.   He has also played with The Alan Parsons Project and was part of the psychedelic band Blue Toad Flax.  He worked on a John Lennon Tribute called "Johnny's Gone Away" by Tommy Trefethen and Alan Parsons and on the Tin Drum album with Burleigh Drummond.  He still tours and records with Ambrosia.


    Ambrosia Recordings

    The Biggest Part of Me (David Pack)                                                                      

    Living On My Own (Burleigh Drummond, Joe Puerta, David Pack)                



    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambrosia_%28band%29
    2. www.bluedesert.dk/ambrosia.html


    This shows the devotion to the music of Christopher North as he plays his keyboards against the odds.....








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