8 thoughts on “ Northern Pride - BIG Tone (3) - Sly Slick -N- Wicked (CD, Album) ”

  1. The first recording by an early incarnation of Sly, Slick & Wicked (under the name, the Mod Squad) was made at Boddies in , the group recording covers of popular songs that at the time formed their live act. This recording was probably typical of many demo's cut & pressed up at Boddies -- only 6 copies of the resulting LP being made.
  2. This was something very special - but unfortunately just 3 songs. The public loved it! It was a big pitty that Phil - the best artist of last year’s BluesFest (see my last year review from last), did not perform his own full gig this time around. Saturday 26/04/
  3. It was the middle of July, the slick belly of summer, and the heat burrowed beneath the skin of Philadelphia like an embolism. Near the entrance to Club Vibe, on the corner of Kensington and Allegheny streets, beneath the steel ceiling of the El, stood a tall, statuesque redhead, her auburn hair a silken waterfall that graced bare shoulders.
  4. Twenty years ago a chance meeting by members of pop dreamers The Wilsons led to us sitting on Pete Watson’s bed in his digs interviewing him about his days in The Action for my fanzine Something Has Hit hidowrebookniworl.giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.co was the first time anyone from the band had given their account since they ceased to exist in
  5. Jan 18,  · But while the layout of the collage elements by Sam Rodney Jr. is a little ungainly on the jacket of Constant Jamin’ (), that album was the first to introduce the silhouette of Shadow in his long, black coat and big, black hat. This silhouette would become a kind of emblem, versions of it appearing on several other album jackets, and on 7.
  6. Nov 23,  · “Click the CD player on Liebe, for you are my miracle and I love you more than life. Nothing can keep us apart you are in my heart and fill me with love every time I take a breath. Your Urs” She rose and clicked the CD on and punched in the programmed number of his mobile as the copy of the CD they had made for Mami filled the suite.
  7. The entire album is something of a return to more traditional folk music, but with a significant change from Dylan’s earliest albums. This album was recorded with a backing band, and the drums of Kenny Buttrey and bass of Charlie McCoy propel the music forward. If any of Dylan’s albums deserve the description “folk-rock” he so disliked.
  8. Blunder would release one album, Workers’ Playtime, in and worked around the same time with Reggie as he pieced together his Reg King album using a mixture of them and his old Action colleagues to make the record. When BB Blunder began to play gigs Reggie was drafted in and for a short time was part of their set-up.

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