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Chicken Shack

Chicken Shack - Accept - 1970 - Blue Horizon

Great album of British blues, tight and enjoyable. Check out their "Ok Ken," and "Accept," albums. Another great worth listening to is the 1994 release "Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - Webb's Blues" album. Details @ Stan Webb's Chicken Shack/Webb's Blues


1. Diary Of Your Life
2. Pocket
3. Never Ever
4. Sad Clown
5. Maudie
6. Telling Your Fortune
7. Tired Eyes
8. Some Other Time
9. Going Round
10. Andalucian Blues
11. You Knew You Did You Did
12. She Didn't Use Her Loaf
13. Apple Tart
14.Hideaway [Instrumental Bonus CD Track]


Stan Webb - Guitar, Vocals
Dave Bidwell - Drums
Paul Raymond - Keyboards, Vocals
Andy Sylvester - Bass
Allison Young - Vocals

BIO (Wikipedia)

Chicken Shack was a British blues band, primarily of the late 1960s, consisting of Christine Perfect (vocals and keyboards), Stan Webb (guitar and vocals), Andy Sylvester (bass guitar), and Alan Morley (drums). The band was formed in 1967 and reputedly named themselves after the chicken coop in Kidderminster where they rehearsed; chicken shacks (chicken restaurants) had also by then frequently been mentioned in blues and rhythm and blues songs, as in Amos Milburn's hit, "Chicken Shack Boogie". Their first concert was at the 1967 National Blues and Jazz Festival at Windsor and they were signed by the Blue Horizon record label in the same year. Chicken Shack enjoyed modest commercial success, with Christine Perfect being voted Best Female Vocalist in the Melody Maker polls, two years running. Christine Perfect left the band in 1969 when she married John McVie of Fleetwood Mac. Pianist Paul Raymond, bassist Andy Sylvester, and drummer Dave Bidwell all left in 1971 to join Savoy Brown. Webb was also recruited for Savoy Brown in the mid 1970s, and recorded the album Boogie Brothers with them. Although Chicken Shack went through several subsequent incarnations, it never equalled its earlier successes. However, Webb remains as its only constant band member.