Esoteric Recordings are pleased to release a newly re-mastered edition of the classic 1969 debut album by Juicy Lucy. Formed out of the ashes of the legendary group The Misunderstood, the band featured Ray Owen (vocals), Glen Campbell (steel guitar), Chis Mercer (saxophone), Neil Hubbard (guitar), Keith Ellis (bass) and Pete Dobson (drums).
One of the first signings to Vertigo Records, Juicy Lucy’s debut was a fine work and spawned their classic interpretation of Bo Diddley’s Who Do You Love? A top ten UK hit.
Mississippi Woman / Who Do You Love? / She Smine, She’s Yours / Just One Time / Chicago North Western / Train / Nadine / Are You Satisfied
Bonus Track- Walking Down The Highway
Formed out of the ashes of the legendary group The Misunderstood, by the time the band recorded this, their second album, the group featured Paul Williams (vocals, piano), Glen Campbell (steel guitar), Chris Mercer (saxophone), Mickey Moody (guitar), Keith Ellis (bass) and Rod Coombes (drums).
One of the first signings to Vertigo Records, Juicy Lucy’s second album was a fine work and spawned their classic interpretation of Frank Zappa’s Willie the Pimp. This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been re-mastered from the original tapes and fully restores the original album artwork and features the bonus track I’m a Thief.
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