Shaped in 1968 in Birmingham, England, Shakey Vick was a short-lived blues group fronted by Graham Vickery (vocals, harmonica). Bruce Langman (electric guitar), Nigel Tickler (bass) and Ned Balen (drums) finished the line-up. The group was agreed upon by Pye Information in 1969 as the label embraced modern music so that they can rid itself of the staid, conservative picture. Little Girl You’re So Lovely was documented live at Birmingham’s Mom’s membership, a then-popular place for the ‘underground’ circuit. The ensuing organic atmosphere enlivened a established comprising generally of examined blues requirements, including ‘Great Morning Small Schoolgirl’ and ‘Movin’ To Chicago’. Imitators instead of pioneers, Shakey Vick split around the demise from the British blues growth.