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9 thoughts on “ You Know Could Be Right - Chicken Shack Featuring Stan Webb (2) - Unlucky Boy (Cassette) ”

  1. Stan Webb's Chicken Shack feat. Pete Haycock. $ Still Live After All These Years. Stan Webb's Chicken Shack. $ Similar artists. See more. Stan Webb. Chicken Shack. Peter Green. Stan Webb & Chicken Shack. Kim Simmonds. Alvin Lee. Songs from similar artists. See more. Unlucky Boy. Stan Webb. $ Man of the World. Peter Green. $
  2. In , Stan dissolved Chicken Shack and joined another British Blues band, Savoy Brown, but returned a year later with ‘Stan Webb’s Chicken Shack’. This band, with an ever changing roster of side-men, has continued to support Stan up to the present, playing regularly in the UK and touring Europe.
  3. Unlucky Boy is the second Chicken Shack album with Deram label. After the heavier Imagination Lady, Stan decided to set the pace for this album, adding tony ashton on piano and chris mercer on sax. I'm very fond about this album because was the very first Chicken Shack album I ever owned/5(7).
  4. Release Details. Artist: Chicken Shack Album: Unlucky Boy (Ft. Stan Webb) Year: Label: Deram. Length: 55 min 42 sec. Subgenres. Blues Rock. Record Quality.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Changes [Bonus Tracks] - Stan Webb's Chicken Shack on AllMusic -
  6. Chicken Shack Featuring Stan Webb (2) Chicken Shack Featuring Stan Webb (2) - Unlucky Boy ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial) Esoteric Recordings (4)/5(7).
  7. Provided to YouTube by Trojan Records Crying Won't Help You Now · Stan Webb · Chicken Shack Poor Boy - The Deram Years, ℗ Sanctuary Records Gr arcurereloccofoodpuncchedeesetna.xyzinfo Crying Won't Help You Now. Chicken Shack - You Know You Could Be Right.
  8. Nov 25,  · Chicken Shack & Stan Webb " Revelation (Unlucky Boy)"!! Blues Rain. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Chicken Shack featuring Stan Webb 'You .
  9. Once again, Chicken Shack exploded. Stan Webb kept Paul Hancox, and Bob Daisley joined on bass. This album begins with a fantastic moody song: "You Konw You Could Be Right". The rest is more classic blues-rock music, far away from the great "Imagination Lady".

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