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Juicy Lucy is the debut album by Anglo-American rock band Juicy Lucy, released in 1969. The music is a curiously heavy form of blues-rock, often played at break-neck speed. The album was a moderate success, reaching number 41 on the . album chart but produced a hit single with their version of the Bo Diddley song "Who Do You Love?". Side One. "Mississippi Woman" (Juicy Lucy, Ray Owen). Who Do You Love?" (Bo Diddley). She's Mine, She's Yours" (Ellis, Thomas). Just One Time" (Hubbard, Campbell).
The band's first single, spinning off their debut album, was as fast, mean, and dirty as any record could have been, a breakneck tour through the Bayou swamps and dirt-track roads of the American South powered by a razor-sharp guitar that would make your fingers bleed. And it gave the band a . hit that still sounds fresh today. But Juicy Lucy were no one-trick pony. True, their debut album is remembered as much for its artwork (a mostly naked, fruit-draped lady) as for its content, but step inside and the group were locked firmly, and gleefully, into the free-freak movement of the age.
Juicy Lucy by Klaatu from their album Sir Army Suit 1978. This was Klaatu's only Disco song. Has been played on. United States 5. Hamilton Radio chanel 3. 2. Hamilton Radio VIP CHANNEL.
1. 1. Juicy Luicy Lyrics. My Juicy Lucy, you're so exciting Eyes of blue n' hair of lightning You jet around in your chrome-atomic platform shoes I'm so in love with you My Juicy Lucy – My Juicy Lucy
The legend about Klaatu is known throughout the world of rock: the band would have been announced by a DJ as "the Beatles ' reunion", on the occasion of the release of their first album, the similarity between the arrangement and the vocal harmonies that their music has with the Liverpool Quartet. This recording, extracted from the album "Sunset" certainly is part of the things that give improve to this legend. It's hard to not understand the surprise of those who listened for the first time these arrangements and the spectacular vocal harmony of the group.
Juicy Lucy is the debut album by Anglo-American rock band Juicy Lucy, released in 1969. Studio album by. Juicy Lucy. Original Vertigo Records album sleeve notes. Juicy Lucy is a British blues rock band officially formed on 1st October 1969. After the demise of The Misunderstood, Juicy Lucy was formed by steel guitarist Glenn Ross Campbell, and prolific Blackburn saxophonist Chris Mercer.
BPM Profile Juicy Lucy. Album starts at 128BPM, ends at 103BPM (-25), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Juicy Lucy. Do That and You'll Lose It. 2006.
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Genre: Hip hop
Title: Who Do You Love
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