Refresh page after each segment and use FULL SCREEN Dee Palmer interview for Legasee Veterans Video Archive LINK 7 segments to be played : USE FULL SCREEN to avoid POP-UPs After her military career, Dee Palmer found fame with the band, Jethro Tull. But fame and fortune doesn't necessarily bring you happiness as Dee reveals in this fascinating interview. Dee Palmer was raised in a mining community near Wolverhampton. Born with autism and gender dysphoria, he struggled with his identity from an early age. After seeking some advice from a neighbour, he decided to enlist in the army and in 1953 joined the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards.
Dave Rees I spoke to Dee Palmer yesterday, and it looks like we are ready to start work on The Water's Edge project! The Tallis CD has been a great success, so thank you to all of you that have bought the CD or download to help make The Water's Edge possible. Tallis on Vinyl - pre-sale will be launched shortly for the vinyl album, probably limited to just 100 copies. CD still available - but likely to sell out! - at www.anewdaymerchandise.com/apps/webstore (page 2) Download available at www.alfoldrockblues.com/music