Id Rather Go Blind - Stan Webbs Chicken Shack Feat. Pete Haycock - 39 Bars (CD, Album)

30.08.2019
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  • In , Stan dissolved Chicken Shack and joined another British Blues band, Savoy Brown, but returned a year later with ‘Stan Webb’s Chicken Shack’. This band, with an ever changing roster of side-men, has continued to support Stan up to the present, playing regularly in the UK and touring Europe.
  • Lyrics to 'I'd Rather Go Blind' by Stan Webb's Chicken Shack. Something told me it was over / When I saw you and him talking / Something deep down in my soul said "Cry boy" / When I saw you and him out walking. Henrik Freischlader Feat. Mike Andersen. 5, Show More Show Less.
  • What I recieved wad a pristine copy of 39 bars released around and produced by Pete Haycock of the climax blues band. Not the best album by Stan and the boys, however, it has it's moments great blues track simply called a blues song also has an updated version of I'd rather go blind/5(4).
  • Stan Webb's Chicken Shack, Category: Artist, Albums: 39 Bars, Still Live After All These Years, Top Tracks: I'd Rather Go Blind, The End, It Wasn't Me, I'd Rather Go Blind, Shake Your Money Maker, Monthly Listeners: , Where People Listen: São Paulo, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Zurich.
  • I'd Rather Go Blind Backing Vocals – Gudrun Derichs: A3: Who Cares: A4: E'vry Little Bit Of My Heart: Stan Webb's Chicken Shack Feat. Pete Haycock - 39 Bars Stan Webb's Chicken Shack Feat. Pete Haycock - 39 Bars ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Bellaphon: Germany: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review /5(12).
  • Sep 20,  · Released in , this was their first album, and essentially the comeback album for Green, who had been out of the music business for around 10 years. Green was the founder of Fleetwood Mac and a member of that group from –70, before a sporadic solo career during the late s and early s.
  • Label: Selected Sound Carrier - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock Stan Webb's Chicken Shack Feat. Pete Haycock - 39 Bars (, CD) | Discogs.
  • All the original chickens, bar frontman Stan Webb, flew this coop years ago, but the Shack remained open nonetheless, continuing to serve up steaming helpings of British blues. Stan Would Rather Go Live caught the band live on both tape and film, at a gig in Lyme Regis, England, for this paired CD/DVD set. It was the kind of show that most groups dream about, where the songs flow out.
  • Chicken Shack are a British blues band, founded in the mids by Stan Webb (guitar and vocals), Andy Silvester (bass guitar), and Alan Morley (drums), who were later joined by Christine Perfect (later McVie) (vocals and keyboards) in Chicken Shack has performed with various line-ups, Stan Webb being the only constant member.

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