Monday, September 20, 2021

Juicy Lucy - Juicy Lucy (1969)


Juicy Lucy - Juicy Lucy (1969)


Tracklist front / back album covers
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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)

Side Two
"Chicago North-Western" (Hubbard, Campbell)
"Train" (Buddy Miles, Rich)
"Nadine" (Chuck Berry)
"Are You Satisfied?" (Dobson, Mercer, Thomas)
"Walking Down The Highway?" (Mercer, Campbell, Owen)




Juicy Lucy Band Members / Musicians

Ray Owen - lead vocals [tracks 2, 5, 6] - born in 1947 (England), died on 31 October 2018

Chris Mercer - tenor saxophone, organ, piano - born in 1947

Neil Hubbard - lead electric and acoustic guitars - born 24 February 1948

Glenn Ross Campbell - lead vocals [tracks 1, 3, 4, 6-9], steel guitar, backing vocals, mandolin, marimba - born 28 April 1946 (USA)

Keith Ellis - bass, backing vocals
Pete Dobson - drums, percussion - born in 1950 (England)




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 U.K. album chart but produced a hit single with their version of the Bo Diddley song "Who Do You Love?".

Juicy Lucy was a British blues rock band officially formed on 1 October 1969. After the demise of The Misunderstood, Juicy Lucy was formed by steel guitarist Glenn Ross Campbell, and prolific Blackburn saxophonist Chris Mercer. The group later recruited vocalist Ray Owen, guitarist Neil Hubbard, bassist Keith Ellis, and drummer Pete Dobson.

The band name was inspired by a character in The Virgin Soldiers (1966) by Leslie Thomas.




Juicy Lucy Discography Full
1969 – Juicy Lucy
1970 – Lie Back and Enjoy It
1971 – Get a Whiff a This
1972 – Pieces
1974 – The Best of Juicy Lucy
1991 – Who Do You Love – The Best of Juicy Lucy
1995 – Here She Comes Again
1996 – Blue Thunder
1998 – Pretty Woman
2005 – Raiding the Fruit Bowl (EP)
2006 – Do That And You'll Lose It
2010 – Rock Hits Collection


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