Love Sculpture - Blues Helping

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Rare 1968 UK Black & Yellow Label Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated Flip-Back Jacket. Superficial Scuff On The Last Two Tracks Of Side One Is Inaudible. No Spindle Marks On The Labels. Glossy Vinyl Surfaces. Raw Sound To Die For! "As Hyperkinetic Blues Albums By White English Kids Go, This Is A Good One. Dave Edmunds, Armed Only With A 1959 Gibson 335 And A 100-Watt Marshall Stack, Cranks Through These Recognizable Blues Covers (With One Original Instrumental) With Reckless Abandon And Gobs Of Technique. Backup Support Is Handled By Bassist John Williams And Drummer Bob "Congo" Jones, Who Do Their Best To Keep Up And Provide A Rhythmic Foundation For Edmunds To Wail Over. Edmunds Also Handled Nearly All The Vocals, And As Blues Singers Go, He's Merely Serviceable, But What Makes This Album Worthwhile Is The Revved-Up Guitar Playing, Especially When Edmunds Shreds Both Freddy King's "The Stumble" And Willie Dixon's "Wang Dang Doodle." John Dougan, All Music Guide.

Artist: Love Sculpture Title: Blues Helping Genre: Blues Type: Used - LP Label: Parlophone Catalog ID: PCS 7059 Country: UK Our ID: 107626
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