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BAD COMPANY ‘Bad Company’ [Release Date 25/01/2010]

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As far as supergroups go, Bad Company are up there with the rest. Featuring Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke [Free], Mick Ralphs [Mott The Hoople] and Boz Burrell [King Crimson], the groups debut and self titled release 'Bad Company' headed straight to the top of the charts in 1970. Stripping the blues-rock model down to it's bare essentials, Bad Company produced two top ten singles 'Can't Get Enough' and 'Movin' On' and in doing so cemented this album as a classic and paved the way forward for a successful career for Bad Company as a band in their own right.

 

DELANEY & BONNIE & FRIENDS ‘On Tour With Eric Clapton’ [Release Date 25/01/2010]

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Showcasing the vibrant countrified blues-rock of Delaney & Bonnie, 'On Tour With Eric Clapton' is a collection of the group's finest and features their amazing touring band which includes Mr Clapton himself, Jim Gordon, Carl Radle, Bobby Whitlock, Leon Russell, Dave Mason and George Harrison. 


THE FACES ‘A Nod Is As Good As A Wink… To A Blind Horse’ [Release Date 25/01/2010]

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After dropping the 'Small' moniker, re-shuffling the line up  and returning as The Faces, 1971 brought about the seminal 'A Nod Is As Good As A Wink… To A Blind Horse', The Faces most successful record, peaking at #6 in the US Billboard Chart and #17 in the UK album charts. A grittier blues and soul record which strays from the rather modish and folkier sound Rod Stewart was accustomed with. Ronnie Wood also cut his teeth here before joining The Rolling Stones. A Rip-roaring mix of material which helped shape the face of hard rock and punk for years to come.
 

GRAHAM NASH ‘Songs For Beginners’ [Release Date 25/01/2010]

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'Songs For Beginners' finds Graham Nash at his solo best. A Quintessential experience which consists of some of Nash's most famous harmonies and guitar work. 'Wounded Bird' and 'Simple Man' go a long way to explain the attraction, beautiful melodies and a real sense of Nash becoming a solo artist in his own right.

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