British Blues Boom(Revival) History

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Free all in their teens when their first album came out. Good god they were so amazing. Andy Fraser was such a prodigy on the bass.


 

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Can't have a thread on the British Blues Revival without mentioning John Mayall. He had some of the most important blues artists of the day in his band at one stage or another.
Bluesbreakers featuring Eric Clapton


and with the magical Peter Green - A Hard Road
 

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Great blues band Vinegar Joe were. Don't have that album but have the other two. Elkie Brooks was incredibly powerful and sexy on this album. Also, Robert Palmer wasn't to bad :)
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Great blues band Vinegar Joe were. Don't have that album but have the other two. Elkie Brooks was incredibly powerful and sexy on this album. Also, Robert Palmer wasn't to bad :)
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sure was dude...:oyea:
 

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I've got "Rock N Roll Gypsies" in the collection and from memory I think Keef Hartley and Jim Mullen feature on the album. Two brilliant musicians.

Joker I need to look into some gear by Stone The Crows.
 

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I've got "Rock N Roll Gypsies" in the collection and from memory I think Keef Hartley and Jim Mullen feature on the album. Two brilliant musicians.

Joker I need to look into some gear by Stone The Crows.

any one of there album will be great Maggie Bell great vocalist...may you should seek out the band on youtube dude
 

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any one of there album will be great Maggie Bell great vocalist...may you should seek out the band on youtube dude

I will mate cheers, I may be wrong but didn't Alex Harvey's brother have something to do with this band ?
 

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