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Dr. K’s Blues Band

Ex – John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers guitarist/bassist Geoff Krivit formed the short-lived blues and boogie group Doctor K’s Blues Music group with pianist Richard “Dr. K” Kaye and vocalist/harmonica participant Mick Hasse in 1967. Although their self-titled record, released in 1968, showcased masterful interpretations of blues classics and included a unforgettable piano boogie, “Crippled Clarence,” product sales were virtually non-existent as well as the group disbanded. Many people of Doctor K’s Blues Music group, including Krivit (who got shown great guarantee when he briefly changed Eric Clapton in Mayall’s Bluesbreakers), vanished through the music picture. Drummer Eric Peachey briefly resurfaced as an associate of Steve Hillage’s early-’70s group Khan.

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