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  1. The British Blues Boom found its fullest expression in late 60s releases from the likes of The Yardbirds, Cream and the Rolling Stones, when the blues-fuelled energy of the mod clubs in the earlier part of the decade had drifted and all-night dancing had been replaced by a laid-back, dope-smoking vibe.. Key players such as John Mayall, Eric Clapton and Peter Green reached a crossroads in their.
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  3. Juicy Lucy is the debut album by Anglo-American rock band Juicy Lucy, released in The music is a curiously heavy form of blues-rock, often played at break-neck speed. The album was a moderate success, reaching number 41 on the U.K. album chart but produced a hit single with their version of the Bo Diddley song "Who Do You Love?".
  4. Artist Release Name evrycontsongvagapawelvenewsmactio.coinfo Label Format Year Country; Juicy Lucy: Juicy Lucy: VO 2: Vertigo: LP, Album,, UK: Juicy Lucy: Juicy Lucy: SD ATCO Records.
  5. Buy the Vinyl album for £ and get the MP3 version for evrycontsongvagapawelvenewsmactio.coinfo not apply to gift orders. Provided by Amazon EU Sàrl. See Terms and Conditions for important information about costs that may apply for the MP3 version in case of returns and cancellations. Complete your purchase of the CD album to save the MP3 version to your Amazon music library/5(33).
  6. Juicy Lucy - Juicy Lucy ( uk, stunning blues swamp psych rock, bonus track remaster) Back a ways there was one album that just about every 14 year old wanted – not for the music, they used to steal the cover alone from the local record shop. The image of Zelda Plum on the cover clad only in fruits was more than most teenagers.
  7. Juicy Lucy Profile: British blues-rock band formed in (after the demise of The Misunderstood) by vocalist Ray Owen, steel guitarist Glenn Ross Campbell, and saxophone player Chris Mercer.

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