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Probablemente el mejor de entre las docenas de discos editados por Alexis Korner, padre del blues y R&B inglés de los 60.
Grabado en directo en el mítico Marquee en 1962.
Arte original, remasterizado, limitado a 500 copias.

Sweet Dandelion presents you the milestone album of British R&B. Alexis Korner, interested in the new Blues and Jazz sounds coming from America, started playing at the Blues Sessions that Chris Barber set up at The Marquee.

It was there that Korner formed, together with Ciryl Davies, the Blues Incorporated, who shortly after obtained their own weekly residence that, as the original liner notes to the album read, would gather every thursday a crowd of more than seven hundred people. The band would offer a number of emerging musicians of the early 1960s the chance to join them on stage. The list of artists who participated is inmense, and includes essential artists in British rock history, such as Mick Jagger, Graham Bond, Eric Burdon, Long John Baldry, Brian Jones, Art Wood, Ginger Baker and many, many more.

The band, and this seminal debut album, proved to be the starting point for the whole British R&B scene and for most of the early and mid 60s english rock / beat bands, turning this album into an undeniable slice of rock'n'roll history.

Strictly limited to 500 copies.


A1    Gotta Move    
A2    Rain Is Such A Lonesome Sound    
A3    I Got My Brand On You    
A4    Spooky But Nice    
A5    Keep Your Hands Off    
A6    I Wanna Put A Tiger In Your Tank  

B1    I Got My Mojo Working    
B2    Finkle's Cafe    
B3    Hoochie Coochie    
B4    Down Town    
B5    How Long, How Long, Blues    
B6    I Thought I Heard That Whistle Blow


  • Label: Sweet Dandelion ‎– SWDDL720

    Format: Vinyl, LP

    Country: UK

    Released: 2010

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