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“When they parted ways, Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies had a gentleman's agreement that Rick would keep the name Supertramp, and Roger would keep the approval rights to the songs he wrote.”
“All we need, as a contrast, is to compare Chris's "Supertramp" journey to the one of a real "tramp," say, Aileen Wuornos, as portrayed in the movie Monster, a woman who truly lives on the outer edges of society, who was homeless and turned tricks to feed and clothe herself.”
“So far we seem to have the same taste in music, which is a good start in any relationship. seems to like 'Supertramp' and 'The Cardigans'.”
“The legendary US pop-group "Supertramp" with founder and keyboarder Rick Davies (L) and saxophonist John Helliwell (R)”
“Fatboy Slim and, er, Supertramp have both used the "ascent of man" idea, the first in the video for Right Here Right Now, the second on the cover of their 1985 album Brother Where You Bound.”
“In 1979, new wave's breakthrough year, France celebrated by nailing Supertramp's Breakfast In America to the top of the album chart for 40 consecutive weeks.”
“RH: Supertramp today is really just a brand name owned by Rick Davies and his wife Sue Davies, who have trademarked the name.”
“MR: Overall, what is the creative process for Supertramp?”
“MR: Beyond the tour, what will Supertramp be doing in the coming year?”
“I have always tried to follow my heart and my instincts in life and that's why I chose to move from away from Los Angeles, away from the music scene at the peak of Supertramp's success in 1983 to stay at home and be with my children growing up and learn how to be a father.”
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Names of progressive / art / psychedelic / baroque rock bands. Non-Anglo-Saxon bands of supernational fame are also listed as long as their name is English.
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