Jaimie Vernon & Skip Prokop - "Sunny Days: The Skip Prokop Story"


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Bullseye Canada, in co-operation with ZUNIOR distribution, has now made this 325 page 8.5" x 11" book by Skip Prokop (as told to Canadian music journalist Jaimie Vernon) available in .PDF form.

This is the incredible life story of the late Skip Prokop - drummer/vocalist for international hit makers Lighthouse and 1960s Yorkville sensations The Paupers. Take a 70-year journey with the man who penned the Top 20 hits "One Fine Morning,” "Sunny Days," and "Pretty Lady," and rubbed shoulders with some of popular music's greatest stars such as Jefferson Airplane, Richie Havens, Rick James, Mama Cass, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Duke Ellington, Peter Paul & Mary, The Rolling Stones, Procol Harum, Buddy Rich, Chicago, Elton John, The Grateful Dead, Burt Bacharach, and U2.

In his own words, Skip details his experiences playing the world's most famous stages including Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens, New York's Carnegie Hal, The Fillmore East and West, The Monterey International Pop Festival, the Isle of Wight, Atlantic City Pop  Festival, Expo '70 in Japan, The Newport Jazz Festival, and Toronto City Hall's annual free outdoor concerts in front of 100,000 people.

“He played like he wasn't the slightest bit intimidated.” - Al Kooper, Blood, Sweat & Tears.

Learn more about Jaimie Vernon at http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Pop_Encyclopedia/

Bonus! - This eBook is presented here as a full high-resolution PDF to maintain the layout of the original book, and provide images at the highest quality.

eBook File Size - PDF Format - 31MB

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