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Chicken Shack

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This British blues-rock group is remembered mostly for his or her keyboard player, Christine Perfect, who join Fleetwood Mac after marrying John McVie and changing her last name. Although these were one of the most pedestrian acts from the English blues boom, Poultry Shack was very popular for a while in the past due ’60s, putting two albums within the English Best 20. The frontperson of Poultry was not Ideal/McVie, but guitarist Stan Webb, who excite English audiences by getting into the crowds at shows, thanks to his 100-meter-long acoustic guitar lead. These were authorized to Mike Vernon’s Blue Horizon label, a English blues pillar that experienced its biggest achievement with early Fleetwood Macintosh. Chicken breast Shack was in fact not significantly behind Macintosh in reputation in the past due ’60s, purveying a far more traditional make of Chicago blues, seriously inspired by Freddie Ruler. Although Webb got a lot of the songwriting and vocal responsibilities, Christine Ideal also chipped along with periodic compositions and business lead singing. Actually, she sang business lead on their just British Best 20 one, “I’d Rather Move Blind” (1969). But around that point, she give up the music business to marry John McVie and be a housewife, although, because the globe understands, that didn’t last too much time. Chicken Shack under no circumstances retrieved from Christine’s reduction, commercially or musically. Stan Webb held Chicken Shack heading, using a revolving door of various other musicians, completely in to the 1980s, though he briefly disbanded the group to become listed on Savoy Brown for some time in the middle-’70s.

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Music Songs I'd Rather Go Blind, Poor Boy, Tears In The Wind, Telling Your Fortune, It’s OK With Me Baby, Andalucian Blues, The Thrill Is Gone, A Woman Is The Blues, See See Baby, Lost the Best Friend I Ever Have, Get Like You Used To Be, Back Door Man, I Wanna See My Baby, Crying Won't Help You Now, Worried About My Woman, The House That Love Lives In, Black Night, You Ain't No Good, Baby's Got Me Crying, Mean Old World, When My Left Eye Jumps, Fishing In Your River, You Know You Could Be Right, Maudie, San-Ho-Zay, Diary of Your Life, Six Nights in Seven, Sad Clown, The Things You Put Me Through, As Time Goes Passing By, Look Ma, I'm Cryin', Lonesome Whistle Blues
Albums Imagination Lady, 40 Blue Fingers, Freshly Packed and Ready to Serve, O.K. Ken?, 100 Ton Chicken, Accept, Unlucky Boy, Roadies Concerto, Goodbye Chicken Shack (Live), Stan Would Rather Go Live, The Creeper, That's the Way We Are, The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions


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