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  1. Gronos Reply
    A well recorded concert from that is proof that Stan Webb belongs among the best guitarists of his era--Clapton, Green, Page. Stan is particularly hot on the track Dr. Brown. The band hits on all cylinders throughout. The thrill Has Gone and I'd Rather Go Blind are revisited with wonderful results/5(14).
  2. Shakazil Reply
    A joy and I'd look out for him and the Blues Band again. Stan Webb pitched up played some great electric r and b with some fine slide. It's just such a shame that nobody has the balls to tell him he can't sing. I have no idea why Dave kelly didn't sit in and play/sing. The only person I've heard worse than Stan was Bob Dylan but he is a.
  3. Nera Reply
    Everyday, everyday I have the blues Ooh everyday, everyday I have the blues When you see me worryin' baby, yeah it's you I hate to lose Whoa nobody loves me, nobody seems to care Whoa nobody loves me, nobody seems to care Well worries and trouble darling, babe you know I've had my share Everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday Everyday, everyday.
  4. JoJojora Reply
    Having lost fellow Chicken Shackers Bob Daisley (Bass) and Paul Hancox (Drums) to the rigours of touring just as the band's now aptly-named sixth album, Unlucky Boy (SML ), Released: (6th July) ’73 hit the streets, founder guitarist/vocalist Stan Webb went off in search of replacements - and quickly found them. in came pianist Dave Wilkinson, fresh from tinkling the ivories on singer.
  5. Mikajind Reply
    Jun 29,  · In , they released their album ’40 Blue Fingers, Freshly Packed and Ready to Serve’, and opened a big tour for labelmates Fleetwood Mac. Their most popular number was a version of ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’, the Etta James standard, sung by Christine Perfect. Stan himself had a true Blues sensibility, and an excellent guitar technique.
  6. Kell Reply
    Stan Webb & Chicken Shack - Going Up, Going Down - The Anthology Album Lyrics; 1. Everyday I Have the Blues: 2. He Knows the Rules: 3. I'd Rather Go Blind: 4. Lost the Best Friend I Ever Had (Live Version) 5. The Thrill Has Gone (Live Version).
  7. Faejin Reply
    Stan Webb was at the heart of the British Blues Boom as he led his band Chicken Shack around the Blues club circuit in the late 60s. Londoner Stan played guitar in skiffle groups before forming his own band in , playing a series of residencies in Hamburg, Germany over the next couple of years.
  8. Akinosar Reply
    In , they released their album ’40 Blue Fingers, Freshly Packed and Ready to Serve’, and opened a big tour for labelmates Fleetwood Mac. Their most popular number was a version of ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’, the Etta James standard, sung by Christine Perfect.