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Lee Curtis & The All-Stars - Shot Of Rhythm & Blues / Exstacy album flac Performer: Lee Curtis & The All-Stars
Title: Shot Of Rhythm & Blues / Exstacy
Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock
Released: 1965
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1152 mb
FLAC album: 1516 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: MMF MIDI APE MPC AC3 MP4 MP2
Genre: Rock

Led by Pete Flannery, who used the stage name Lee Curtis, other group members included Pete Best and Wayne Bickerton.

Shot Of Rhythm And Blues. It's Lee ‎(LP, Album). Star-Club Records, Line Music GmbH.

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A Shot of Rhythm & Blues collects the tracks Rod Stewart recorded with his very first band, Long John Baldry's Hoochie Coochie Men, between 1964 and 1966, and the material may sound unusual to those who only know Stewart's later work. The bulk of the material is classic blues and R&B, far from the folk-rock that made Stewart famous (or the occasionally fatuous adult-pop he peddled afterwards), and Stewart's young voice is strong and supple, which makes this material promising. Alas, the production, even by mid-'60s standards, is crude and sloppy

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So what happened to them? Egos got in the way, some of the best talent in the band took off, and Lee Curtis did, indeed, become a star-in Germany. In late 1961, Liverpudlian Pete Flannery joined some schoolmates who called themselves the Detours (nothing to do with the pre-Who combo) as lead singer, and adopted the stage name Lee Curtis (reversing the name of American.

Lee Curtis was born as Peter Flannery. His band was joined in September 1962 by ex-Beatles drummer Pete Best. With Frank Bowen (lead guitar), Tony Waddington (rhythm guitar) and Wayne Bickerton (bass) they became the second most popular band in the 1963 Mersey Beat readers poll. However, they didn't quite meet commercial demands, and so Lee Curtis was signed as a solo artist by Decca Records in 1963. His debut 'Little girl' was recorded with session musicians. The latter, of course, was a cover version of the Kaye, Manston, Pratt composition previously recorded by Steve Cassidy. Ecstasy' was released on December 11, 1964 but failed to make a chart impact. The 7" single 'Ecstasy'.

Tracklist

A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues 2:50
B Exstacy 2:47

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BF 1385 Lee Curtis & The All-Stars Ecstacy ‎(7", Promo) Philips BF 1385 UK 1964