Big Town Playboys

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  • Big Town Playboys - Hole In My Pocket (CD)


    ReRelease of 1985 album of the Big Town Playboys + bonus tracks. The Big Town Playboys are a British R&B revival band playing American music of the 1950s, though they were formed in the ’70s. Personnel has changed over time, but the group leader is pianist/singer Mike Sanchez.

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  • Big Town Playboys - Roll The Dice (CD)


    UUSINTA JULKAISU YHDESTÄ PARHAISTA JUMP-BLUES ROCKABILLY LEVYISTÄ! The Big Town Playboys are a six-piece acoustic British rhythm and blues revival group. Founded by Ricky Cool and Andy Silvester in 1984, they covered American music from the 1940s and 1950s, such as that of Amos Milburn and Little Walter. The Big Town Playboys have released a series of studio albums, as well as a collaborative project with Jeff Beck (entitled Crazy Legs), re-creating the songs of Gene Vincent. Several of their songs also appeared on the soundtrack of the film, The Pope Must Die.

    They have performed as a backing band for Robert Plant, who contributed guest vocals on their album Roll the Dice They also performed together at the Birmingham Heart Beat 86 charity concert. Eric Clapton has expressed admiration for their work, arranging for them to open for him during his two week long stint at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 1996.

    This, the 7th album from the Big Town Playboys (widely regarded as the greatest Rhythm and Blues band from the UK). features guest appearances from Robert Plant, Jeff Beck, JoolsHolland, Andy Fairweather Low plus many more

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