Set The Controls
Was it possible to recreate the brilliant atmosphere of Pink Floyd live? It
would a daunting task but one of great reward if done well. In 1996
Think Floyd were born. We already had the band members from playing
together for many years in clubs and pubs. Tony Red (bass and vocals), Pete
Mizen (guitars and vocals), Paul (wiggy) Whisker (drums and vocals), Brian
Duell (keys and effects). Brian was to leave the band after four years and was
replaced by Rick Melville in 1998. By this time Think Floyd were well
established in theatres around Britain with the help of a new agent Dave
Walker, who happens to be a huge Pink Floyd fan and perfect for the job.
The original Think Floyd line up: Lorraine Delvino, Tony Red, Paul "Wiggy"
Whisker, Brain Duell and Pete Mizen.
Let There Be Light
Tony Red left Think Floyd in 1999 after five years of touring and producing two
albums with the band, but it was time to move on.
In 2001 Tony released a solo album called Positive Waves.
This album was a collaboration with guitarist Nigel Hine who had previous
involvement on the Think Floyd album "Beyond Boundaries". Phil Simpson, a sax
player was brought in to add the final touches on the new Tony Red album.
Tony's albums are now available to download digitally from all major
sites, including napster.co.uk, itunes.co.uk , emusic.com etc etc