Re: Ian Wallace
The first time I saw Ian Wallace was on a triple bill in 71' (Procol Harum, King Crimson, Yes)
Yes opened (Bruford) Crimson followed (Wallace) then Procol Harum (B.J. Wilson)
He had an incredible jazz-like touch that I found unique for Crimson. He also must have been using close to 10 cymbals with a small 4 or 5 piece kit.
It was a drummers night for sure. He certainly deserves greater recognition. He is surely missed.