Although forming in Manchester, Britain, in 1965 beneath the banner of New Religious beliefs, Stackwaddy first found attention on the 1969 Progressive Blues Festival in Buxton making use of their boisterous make of United kingdom ’60s-styled R&B. Putting your signature on with John Peel’s Dandelion label, they released the one “Roadrunner” in 1970, accompanied by their self-titled debut record in 1971. Led by vocalist John Knail, they created a popularity as a fantastic live work, despite Knail’s habit of tossing containers or assaulting crowds who have been not appreciative of the efforts. Another one, “YOU TRULY Got Me,” implemented in 1972, as do their second recording, Bugger Off, a name which noticed it prohibited by many shops. Dwindling achievement resulted in the band’s demise although Barnham do revive the group with a fresh lineup of Mike Sweeny (vocals), Wayne Jackson (bass), and Kevin Wilkinson (drums) from 1973-1976.
Full Name Stack Waddy
Music Songs You Really Got Me, Hunt the Stag, Bring It to Jerome, Here Comes the Glimmer Man, Mystic Eyes, Ginny Jo, Repossession Boogie, Meat Pies 'Ave Come but Band's Not Here Yet, Country Line Special, Sure 'Nuff 'n' Yes I Do, I'm a Lover Not a Fighter, Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut, Milk Cow Booze, Several Yards, It Ain't Easy, With One Leap Dan Was by Her Side, 'Muriel' He Breathed, Hoochie Coochie Man, Long Tall Shorty, It's All Over Now, Willie the Pimp, What's the Guinness Like, Gary Moore Asked, Put a Top on That, Collyhurst or Timperley, Phone Call at Salford's Black Lion Pub, No We Won't Mix That Said John Peel, Road Runner, Mike Sweeney Was Never in Stack Waddy, Leavin' Here, Lawdy Miss Clawdy... Meets Sooty 'n Sweep, Us Army Deserter, Selwood Ran off from Us, Jack & Jill Meet Blind Pugh on the Spot
Albums Bugger Off!, Stackwaddy/Bugger Off, The Lost Dandelion Jams, Stack Waddy, Stack Waddy / Bugger Off!