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Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - Roadies Concerto (2015)

23-11-2015, 20:58
Music | Blues | Rock

Title: Roadies Concerto
Year Of Release: 1981/2015
Label: Tone Arm Music
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 40:54
Total Size: 104 MB

1. Tell Me (5:06)
2. Why I Sing The Blues (2:03)
3. Back Door Man (7:00)
4. Black Night (5:58)
5. So Far Back (6:37)
6. The End (4:12)
7. Poor Boy (4:31)
8. Shake Your Money Maker (4:01)
9. Hideaway (1:21)

Founded in 1965 CHICKEN SHACK are and were one of the major bands of the British Bluesrock era, alongsiide bands like Fleetwood Mac, Ten Years After, Savoy Brown, Groundhogs, Steamhammer, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Rolling Stones ... Led by founding member and guitarist and singer extraordinare Stan Webb, CHICKEN SHACK stormed through many line-ups and incarnations until today.Their style ranging from psychedelic, almost progish to roots blues to boogie and hard rock, the band has always been one live club killer who never failed to rock the house down.In 1981 Stan Webb had possibly found the most prolific of all of his line-ups with basically an all-star line-up of bluesrock royalty:Stan Webb, the master - guitars and vocals Paul Butler (ex-Keef Hartley Band) - guitars, vocals Ric Lee (ex-Ten Yeasr After) - drums Andy Pyle (ex-Kinks, ex-Blodwyn Pig) - bass Tony Ashton (ex-Ashton, Gerdner & Dyke) - keyboards, vocals.This ROADIES CONCERTO recording displays the mastery of this assembly of exceptional musicians - a gatheriing of the tribes! Rarely ever CICKEN SHACK played in such perfection.In this line-up they undertook a very successful toru of Europe, esp. Germany ... they blew everybody's mind!

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