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Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - Stan's Blues (2012)

8-10-2013, 18:01
Music | Blues | Rock

Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - Stan's Blues (2012)

Artist: Stan Webb's Chicken Shack
Title Of Album: Stan's Blues
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Blues Boulevard Records
Genre: British Blues, Blues Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 79:59
Total Size: 185 Mb
Covers: Front

01. So Tell ( 7:19)
02. The Thrill Has Gone (11:23)
03. Reconsider Baby ( 5:49)
04. I Know Your Know Me ( 6:41)
05. You Are The Sweetest Thing (11:16)
06. Stan Webb's Chicken Shack Opera (12:37)
07. Spoonful ( 3:14)
08. Doctor Brown ( 6:05)
09. I'd Rather Go Blind ( 5:28)
10. The Daughter Of The Hillside ( 7:04)
11. Stan's Blues ( 2:59)

“Stan’s Blues” was recorded live during the summer of 2004, when Chicken Shack enchanted a packed audience at a venue in Lyme Regis, in the south of England, performing some of their hits and live favourites.

Early 1965 Stan Webb formed the first incarnation of Chicken Shack, naming his band after Jimmy Smith's “Back at the Chicken Shack”. In 1967 pianist player Christine Perfect joined them and they recorded their first album for Mike Vernon’s Blue Horizon label. Initially Chicken Shack were heavily influenced by Freddie King, and played a more traditional brand of Chicago Blues, than some of their British peers. After the first two albums, Christine Perfect left in August 1969 to be married to Fleetwood Mac bassist John McVie; ironically just as Chicken Shack achieved chart success with the single 'I'd Rather Go Blind'. From 1977 onwards Stan Webb has revived the Chicken Shack name on a number of occasions, with the rotating membership over the next 30 years including some of the cream of the crop of British Blues musicians. The band has remained extremely popular as a live attraction, also recording (mostly live albums) regularly.

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