Tightly Knit - Climax Blues Band

Tightly Knit
NEWLY REMASTERED & EXPANDED EDITION OF THE CLASSIC FOURTH ALBUM BY THE CLIMAX BLUES BAND
FEATURING FOUR BONUS TRACKS, THREE PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce a series of remastered and expanded reissues of the CLIMAX BLUES BAND catalogue, including this newly expanded edition of "TIGHTLY KNIT”. Formed in Stafford in 1968 by Colin Cooper, the band (originally known as the CLIMAX CHICAGO BLUES BAND) recorded their fourth album in 1971 with a line up of COLIN COOPER (Vocals, Saxophones, Harmonica), PETE HAYCOCK (Guitar, Vocals), ARTHUR WOOD (Keyboards), DEREK HOLT (Bass, Vocals) and GEORGE NEWSOME (Drums).
This Esoteric Recordings release has been newly remastered and features three previously unreleased live recordings. The reissue includes a lavishly illustrated booklet that fully restores the original album artwork and a new essay.

Release Date: 29/04/2013

Our Price: £10.95
Code: ECLEC2385
Weight: 200
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1. HEY MAMA
2. SHOOT HER IF SHE RUNS
3. TOWARDS THE SUN
4. COME ON IN MY KITCHEN
5. WHO KILLED MCSWIGGIN
6. LITTLE LINK
7. ST. MICHAEL’S BLUES
8. BIDE MY TIME
9. THAT’S ALL
BONUS TRACKS:
PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED

10. HEY MAMA (LIVE)
11. SHOOT HER IF SHE RUNS (LIVE)
12. SPOONFUL (LIVE)

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