BRITISH BLUES QUINTET – Live In Glasgow

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The British Blues Quintet - Live In Glasgow

CD TRACKLISTING

1. What You Got Is So Good
2. As The Years Go Passing By
3. San Francisco Bay Blues
4. Tamp Em Up Solid
5. It Never Rains But It Pours
6. Wishing Well
7. That’s The Way I Feel
8. Penicillin Blues
9. Walkin’ Blues
10. I Wanna Thank You Baby
11. Fog On The Highway
12. Houston
13. I Just Wanna Make Love To You
14. Respect Yourself

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This album is the first release by a band made up of old friends brought together by the catalyst, MAGGIE BELL who for the past 12 months has been performing at gigs and festivals throughout Europe as BBQ.

Even thought the group goes under the name of BRITISH BLUES QUINTET, it’s more like “Rhythm & Blues Quintet” and draws strongly on the band members backgrounds in rock and blues (MILLER ANDERSON ex ‘KEEF HARTLEY BAND, ZOOT MONEY,’ COLIN ALLEN ex ‘STONE THE CROWS’ and COLIN HODGKINSON ex ‘SPENCER DAVIS GROUP’)

Recorded live at The Ferry, Glasgow as part of BBQ’s recent UK tour.

MUSICIANS
MAGGIE BELL, ZOOT MONEY, MILLER ANDERSON, COLIN HODGKINSON, COLIN ALLEN

Reviews

...An absolutely sensational show thankfully captured for posterity.

All Music Guide (November 2007)


A good, solid selection of blues rock played by a very competent set of musicians. More a band to see live through for the atmosphere than on CD or DVD which although an enjoyable listen can never capture the sheer enjoyment a band like this would provide in the flesh. ***½

Jason Ritchie, www.getreadytorock.com (November 2007)


With no studio cuts under their belt, the band go for the throat with a fine selection of the blues classics and their own songs, and here, not knowing their engineer is recording the performance, the BBQ are as natural as it gets.

www.dmme.net (December 2007)


...An absolutely sensational show thankfully captured for posterity.

All Music Guide (November 2007)


A good, solid selection of blues rock played by a very competent set of musicians. More a band to see live through for the atmosphere than on CD or DVD which although an enjoyable listen can never capture the sheer enjoyment a band like this would provide in the flesh. ***½

Jason Ritchie, www.getreadytorock.com (November 2007)


...this live recording shows how a blues band can rock...This CD is a hidden gem and a strong candidate for one of my albums of the year.

Nigel Filby, Diss Express (Dec 2007)


Maggie Bell and friends give an inspired performance...That's The Way I Feel in particular gives each of the virtuousos the chance to show off their prowess...

Classic Rock Society (Dec 2007)


With no studio cuts under their belt, the band go for the throat with a fine selection of the blues classics and their own songs, and here, not knowing their engineer is recording the performance, the BBQ are as natural as it gets.

www.dmme.net (December 2007)


...this is a tremendous album that captures the atmosphere and sound perfectly of five of British blues most respected names.

Maverick (September 2010)


 

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