Saturday, 6 June 2015
BLUE HORIZON RECORDS: UK 7" Single Discography Complete 1965 to 1972 by MARK BARRY (With Photographs of The 45s A & B, Rare Memorabilia and UK Rare Record Price Guide Values)
(With Photographs Of The 45's, Rare Memorabilia and UK Record Collector Price Values)
86 entries in total – all the rare UK 7" Singles on the legendary BLUE HORIZON LABEL (home of Fleetwood Mac and Chicken Shack) including entries for the ultra-rare PURDAH, OUTASITE and PYTHON labels that were associated with Blue Horizon (mail-order limited edition runs of 99 copies). The Discography is presented in Numerical Order with an Artist Alphabetical List after - with most of these titles pictured for the first time. Each entry provides A and B sides, release date, 2014 sterling price value, details on the release, writers, references to albums if any, musicians involved, CD availability and other relevant details.
ARTISTS and MUSICIANS included:
The Action, Arthur Adams, Woodrow Adams, Johnny Almond, Bacon Fat (featuring Rod Piazza), Duster Bennett, Johnny "Big Moose" Walker, Leon Blue and Band, Houston Boines, Eddie Boyd, Juke Boy Bonner, Buster Brown, Bob Brunning, Chicken Shack (Stan Webb, Christine Perfect, Paul Raymond, Andy Silvester and Dave Bidwell), Eric Clapton, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, Drifting Slim (Elmon Mickle), Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation, Champion Jack Dupree, Fleetwood Mac (Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer, Danny Kirwan, Christine Perfect, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie), Focus, Fugi, Lowell Fulsom, Mac Gayden, Guitar Crusher, Guitar Nubbitt, Alvin Hankerson, Keef Hartley, Rick Hayward, Otis Hicks, Earl Hooker, Marshall Hooker, Walter "Shakey" Horton, Jellybread (Paul Butler and Pete Wingfield), Moody Jones, The Kelly Brothers, Key Largo (Laurie Sanford and Robert 'Bob' Savage), B.B. king, Simon Kirke of Free and Bad Company, Paul Kossoff of Free, Larry and Johnny (Larry Williams and Johnny "Guitar" Watson), S.P. Leary, J.B. Lenore [aka Lenoir], Lightnin' Slim, Joe Hill Louis, Magic Sam, John Mayall, Jerry7 McCain, Jimmy McCracklin, Tony T.S. McPhee (of The Groundhogs), Michigan Rag, Mighty Baby, Tony Mills, Muddy Waters, Bobby Parker, James "Snooky" Prior, Otis Rush, Savoy Brown (Blues Band), Johnny Shines, Little Mack Simmons and His Boys, Slim Harpo, (Little) George Smith, Gordon Smith, Lorenzo Smith, Snooky and Moody [James "Snooky" Prior and Moody Jones], Otis Spann, Jimmy Spruill Orchestra, Stone's masonry, Hubert Sumlin, Stella Sutton, Hound Dog Taylor, Top Topham, Ike Turner, Martha Velez, Mike Vernon, Johnny "Guitar" Watson [see Larry and Johnny] and Sonny Boy Williamson.