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Shakey Vick - Little Woman You’re So Sweet (1969)

26-08-2015, 19:21
Blues | Rock

Shakey Vick - Little Woman You’re So Sweet (1969)

Artist: Shakey Vick
Title Of Album: Little Woman You’re So Sweet
Year Of Release: 1969
Label: Pye
Genre: Blues, Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 55:22
Total Size: 133 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Good Morning Little School Girl - 5:51
02. Blues With A Feeling - 7:35
03. Backbiter - 5:39
04. Come On In My Kitchen - 3:27
05. Crossroads Blues - 5:14
06. Terraplane Blues - 3:43
07. Little Woman You're So Sweet - 5:53
08. I'm Going Upstairs - 5:53
09. Death Valley Blues - 6:22
10. Movin 'To Chicago - 5:45

Graham Vickery - harp, vocals
Bruce Langsman - lead & bottleneck guitar
Nigel Tickler - bass guitar
Ned Balen - drums

English band formed in 1968 in Birmingham frontman Graham Vickery (aka Shakey Vick). Shakey Vick started playing blues harmonica in the late fifties. In 1963, he formed his first band, teaming up with Chris Youlden. In 1967, Vic gathered "Big City Blues Band" and began performing in clubs in London, including the "Marquee". During this period, he has worked with many American artists, including "Champion" Jack Dupree, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, Johnny Shines. Around this same time, he received an offer to join the "Savoy Brown", but he was forced to withdraw as the band's manager Harry Simmonds was able to offer only half that sum, which required him to maintain his wife and child. He played a few gigs with the "Savoy Brown" and continued to work with the "Big City Blues Band". In 1969 it was renamed the "Shakey Vick" and the label "Janus" was recorded first album "Little Woman You're So Sweet" ...

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