David Knights

David Knights (born David John Knights, 28 June 1945, Islington, North London) is a British musician who was the original bass guitarist in the band Procol Harum. He played bass on the hit single "A Whiter Shade of Pale". He was in the band long enough to play on their first three albums. He departed in 1969, to be replaced by Chris Copping. When he was in Procol Harum he used a Gibson EB-0 bass.

He also performed with a band named Ruby, that released one album before disbanding. He also produced a single for Mickey Jupp's Legend group. He is fairly inactive in the music industry these days. Provided by Wikipedia
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Power and identity in work organizations
Year: 1999
Publisher: SAGE (London [u.a.])
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Volume O:1
Involved: Knights, David
Year: 1990
Publisher: Macmillan Pr. (London [u.a.])
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Critical perspectives on the labour process
Involved: Knights, David
Year: 1985
Publisher: Gower (Aldershot, Hants.)
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Involved: Knights, David
Year: 1986
Publisher: Gower (Aldershot, Hants. [u.a.])
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Involved: Knights, David
Year: 1986
Publisher: Gower (Aldershot, Hants [u.a.])
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Year: 1990
Publisher: Routledge (London [u.a.])
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