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The Pat McGlynn Band flac album

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For the self-titled album, see Bay City Rollers (album). He was replaced by guitarist Pat McGlynn. Further struggles involved the direction of their sound, as the members wished to pursue more sophisticated styles. They settled on David Bowie's producer, Harry Maslin, and in August 1977 released It's a Game as a four-piece group, comprising McKeown, Wood, Faulkner and Derek Longmuir. Clark, Mitchell and McGlynn were seeking to have their rights determined, and are also seeking financial damages against the other Bay City Rollers, for alleged breach of contract.

Patrick James "Pat" McGlynn was a rhythm guitarist for the Bay City Rollers. Posts About Pat McGlynn. lt;p

Patrick James "Pat" McGlynn (born 31 March 1958 in Edinburgh, Scotland) was a rhythm guitarist for the Bay City Rollers. In late 1976, McGlynn briefly joined the Rollers as a replacement for band member Ian Mitchell. McGlynn usually played rhythm guitar in the band, occasionally switching to bass on stage in songs that featured Stuart Wood on keyboards

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McGlynn was gone from the band early the following year, and would subsequently enjoy some success in Japan and Germany as leader of his own band, Pat McGlynn's Scotties. In 1993, his composition "So Much of Your Love" was sung by Sonia in the British heat of the Eurovision Song Contest He lives in Edinburgh with his wife and daughter. In 1993, his composition "So Much of Your Love" was sung by Sonia in the British heat of the Eurovision Song Contest. In 2003, McGlynn accused former Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton of trying to rape him in a hotel room in 1977. However, the police decided there was insufficient evidence to prosecute Paton In May 2005, McGlynn and . .