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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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||This article relies largely or entirely upon a single source. (November 2010)|
Chris Dreja (right) and Ben King Basingstoke 2008 by Marc Lacaze Photographe
|Birth name||Christopher Dreja|
|Born||11 November 1945|
|Origin||Surbiton, England, UK|
|Genres||Blues rock, rock|
|Associated acts||The Yardbirds, Box of Frogs|
His father was of Polish birth. Dreja was born in Surbiton, and raised in Kingston upon Thames. His brother Stefan Dreja chanced to meet Top Topham, and introduced Topham to his brother. Topham and Dreja were influenced by folk/blues guitarist Gerry Lochran; he influenced them to switch from acoustic to electric guitars according to Greg Russo in his book The Yardbirds: The Ultimate Rave-Up. They made their debut with electric guitars at a concert with Duster Bennett and a young Jimmy Page.
Dreja and Topham became core members of the Metropolitan (or Metropolis) Blues Quartet. During the space of a year Keith Relf, Jim McCarty, and Paul Samwell-Smith joined the group which became the Yardbirds. The 15 year old Topham left the group when the band went professional but Dreja continued on to play rhythm guitar with musicians such as Eric Clapton and later Jeff Beck.
After the group broke up, Page offered Dreja the position of bassist in a new band he was forming (later to become Led Zeppelin). Dreja declined in order to pursue a profession in photography. He photographed Led Zeppelin for the back cover of their debut album.
Dreja played in the Yardbirds spin-off band Box of Frogs in the 1980s, and has been part of the Yardbirds' reformation since 1992.