4th Generation 
The 4th Generation was my road band during 1970-1975.  We started as a trio consisting of Frank Aldridge (Guitar and Vocals), Randy Lane (Bass Guitar and Vocals), and me (Gene Berrier, Keyboards, Drums, and Vocals).  In 1973 the group added a drummer, Larry Haigwood, and I started playing keyboards full-time.  This page has some examples of the wide variety of music played by the 4th Generation.  I have applied that same principle (variety) to my Christian bands (FloodGate, FG Corban and Hay Street Untied). 
Too Late to Turn Back Now
(Trio Live)
Dont't Want You No More
(Quartet Live)
Ain't My Cross to Bear
(Quartet Live)
Big Boss Man
(Trio Live)
Hello, Josephine
(Quartet Live)
Waitin' for the Bus
(Trio Live)
Killing Me Softly
(Trio Studio Version)
Jesus just Left Chicago
(Trio Live)
Evil Ways
(Quartet Live)
The recordings here are old (40+ years), and were magnificently transposed from old reel-to-reel 2-channel recordings (2 mics, one on each side of the stage - cutting edge technology!) to WAV and MP3 formats by one of my closest friends, Tom Medlin. Hope you enjoy! The 4th Generation was notorious for trying different styles and arrangements.  We were playing songs by ZZ Top and Deep Purple before they were actually popular!  In our arrangement of "Evil Ways," everyone stretched out a little and had some fun (it was one of our favorite songs to play).  Larry took a masterful 5+ minute drum solo, which even by today's standard, was ahead of its time.  Larry passed away several years ago, but his memory will live forever in my heart, and all of those who were fortunate to have him as a friend.  Frank also passed away in 2014.  Stay close to your friends while you still have them.  They won't always be here.
Misty
(Trio Studio)