This 19 track anthology by late '60s early '70s British blues rockers Juicy Lucy features covers of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love", Chuck Berry's "Nadine" and the classic "Built For Comfort".
Sanctuary's release of Who Do You Love: The Anthology by rootsy English hard rock and blues band Juicy Lucy, which contains all three of their three proper albums (Juicy Lucy, Lie Back And Enjoy It, and Get A Whiff A This) is proof positive that they'll reissue anything.
Juicy Lucy did score with a remake of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love", which was a vehicle for slide guitarist Glenn Ross Campbell, on their 1969 debut, but that was about it (these days one hit single would never guarantee a second, let alone third, album).
The band was formed after the Misunderstood - a fine British blues and rock band who never received their proper due - dissolved.
The bottom line is that Juicy Lucy was more a covers band than anything else, though Campbell and the band wrote a few songs, as well.
The covers range from Chuck Berry's "Nadine" to Willie Dixon's "Built For Comfort"; from Gregg Allman's "Midnight Rider" to the Frank Zappa tune "Willie the Pimp"! ( ... ) (by Thom Jurek)
Track List :
03.Who Do You Love
04.Whisky In My Jar
05.Built For Comfort
07.Changed My Mind, Changed My Sign
08.Walking Down The Highway
09.That Woman's Got Something
10.Chicago North Western
11.Thinking Of My Life
14.Just One Time
18.She's Mine, She's Yours
19.Willie The Pimp/Lie Back And Enjoy It
*Paul Williams - vocals
*Neil Hubbard - guitar
*Glenn Ross Campbell - steel guitar
*Chris Mercer - saxophone
*Keith Ellis - bass
*Pete Dobson - drums
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