8 thoughts on “ The Groundhogs - Groundhog Blues (CD, Album)

  1. NEB CD Billy Boy Arnold With Tony McPhee And The Groundhogs: Billy Boy Arnold With Tony McPhee And The Groundhogs - Blue And Lonesome (Album) 3 versions: Sequel Records: NEB CD UK: Sell This Version: 3 versions.
  2. This is a later album of The Groundhogs. Hogwash is one of the better music cd of British Blues Rock I have heard with wonderful guitar blues licks. This album is a staple of the style of music it is a star of and I would recommend it if you like british blues rock. I like it a lot/5(30).
  3. Find Groundhogs discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. British blues band that backed John Lee Hooker in the mid-'60s, and went on to explor acid rock and prog during the '70s.
  4. Split is a blues rock studio album recorded by The Groundhogs, originally released by Liberty Records in with catalogue number LBG It was reissued on CD reissue in by Liberty / EMI Records, with catalogue number In September it was released on limited edition red vinyl (as well as CD) from Fire Records, including a second disc containing a number of Genre: Blues rock, psychedelic rock, hard rock.
  5. Label: Fire Records - FIRECD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock Groundhogs* - Split (, CD) | Discogs Explore5/5(1).
  6. The Groundhogs were a British Blues band in the early s--one of the countless bands who were very good, but just never gathered more than a cult following Split may be their best known ablum, and it is well worth a listen every now and again. Those thundering riffs make this music gripping, and their are a lot of these in each track/5(52).
  7. Made and printed in the E.U. 8-page booklet. Tracks 1 to 8 recorded during November at De Lane Lea Studios, London. Originally released Tracks 9 & 12 recorded 24/2/72 for John Peel's Sunday Concert. Tracks 10 & 11 recorded 7/12/72 at Paris Theatre, London. Digital remaster Ⓟ EMI Records Ltd. except tracks Ⓟ BBC/5(30).
  8. Groundhogs issued their first official record "Scratching the Surface" in , which was still in the classic British blues tradition. Later recordings displayed influence from the heavy blues pioneered by Jimi Hendrix and Cream, and by the then-upcoming hard rock wave.

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