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  • Faelkis says:
    Alex Harvey discography and songs: Music profile for Alex Harvey, born 5 February Genres: Rock, Blues Rock, British Blues. Albums include The Joker .
  • Kazradal says:
    New Orleans, a song by Alex Harvey And His Soul Band on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Samutilar says:
    The until then un-released second "Alex Harvey And His Soul Band" Polydor album Shout (tracks 7 to 20) plus one track from Beat City (track 4) and 5 unreleased studio recordings (tracks 1 to 3, 5, 6). Tracks 1 & 2 recorded September 2, , at Polydor Studio/Studio Hamburg, Gebäude M1, Rahlau , Hamburg-Tondorf4/5(3).
  • Voodoomi says:
    The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, His Soul Band, Rock Workshop, Giant Moth, The New Band Alexander James Harvey (5 February – 4 February ) was a Scottish rock and blues musician. Although his career spanned almost three decades, he is best remembered as the frontman of The Sensational Alex Harvey Band, with whom he built a.
  • Mozragore says:
    CD reissue of album Polydor album. coming with liner notes and was the first full recording by rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfo backing group were the Liverpool outfit Kingsize Taylor And The Dominoes. This album is UK R&B with a soul vibe thanks to the blazing horn rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfoent versions of 'Let The Good Times Roll,' 'I Just Wanna Make Love To You,' 'New Orleans,'alongside the bluesy 'Blind Man' which.
  • Gojora says:
    Alex Harvey & His Soul Band discography and songs: Music profile for Alex Harvey & His Soul Band, formed Genres: British Blues. Albums include Alex Harvey and His Soul Band, Considering the Situation: A Journey Through the Musical Career of the 'Sensational' Alex Harvey, and Rare Tracks.
  • Maulkree says:
    This may not resemble SAHB but you can't knock the genius that was Alex Harvey. From the banter of The Liverpool Scene to his marvellous rendition of Hoochie Coochie Man the album just rocks. He might look cute on the cover but he still has that bluesy/soul sound of the best of them. A must for all British 60s blues music/5(6).
  • Gujin says:
    Aug 06,  · From there he formed Alex Harvey’s Big Soul Band (which went through a few name changes prior) where he performed covers of “I Got a Woman” & “What’d I Say”. Even back then Alex had a wild stage presence running through the crowd like Tarzan, picking up a Girl, & carrying her to the stage on his shoulders.

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