I like to read a lot about the music industry in the 60’s and 70’s, and so I stumbled upon a book by Joe Boyd called ‘White Bicycles – Making music in the 1960s’. Boyd was an American music producer known for starting the famous psychedelic underground club UFO in London and he produced records by Pink Floyd, Eric Clapton, Nick Drake, and so on. The guy has a story to tell! Thanks to his book, I’ve discovered a lot of bands I hadn’t heard of before. Here are the ones that triggered me into listening to more of their work:
Normally I’m not very fond of female singers, or too folksy stuff, but these two sound just perfect together!
Yup, Jeff’s dad. I’ve heard his name before, but never cared to look up his music. I sure did miss out on some goodness! They were both just as talented, that’s for sure! (Already bought their biography, very curious.)
To me this feels like the Stones meet the Animals. Good voice, good rock ‘n’ roll.
Mm yes, them sweet blues…
I’m always happy as a camper when I’ve discovered some new old band, so I hope you’ve heard something new here too!