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Jones got together with New York keyboardist Al Greenwood (who had just played with former Flash members Colin Carter and Mike Hough in a group called Storm), drummer Stan Williams and Louisiana bassist Jay Davis (later with Rod Stewart) and began jamming.
Another friend, Stories singer Ian Lloyd, was brought in to sing but Jones decided the chemistry was not quite right and retained only Greenwood as he renewed his search for players.
Al Greenwood, our keyboard wiz and a very important part of the Foreigner sound at the beginning, had also started to focus more on songwriting.
But, due to the band's dissatisfaction with the results, the album was re-mixed back at Atlantic by Mick Jones, Iam Mc Donald and Jimmy Douglass.
Bud Prager signed on as the group's manager, a role he would continue in for the next 17 years. But after a show at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas on May 6, 1977, drummer Elliott injured his hand, prompting the band to call in Ian Wallace (ex-King Crimson) to play alongside Elliott on some of the dates until the hand was healed.
Greenberg's desk with the Trigger identification on it.
Kalodner had just been to hear an outfit called Trigger and realized that this was not the same band.