Taste was an Irish blues-rock power trio that was active between 1968 and 1970. They issued two turn-of-the-decade albums on Polydor before guitarist/vocalist Rory Gallagher disbanded the group to launch his solo career. Two live documents and a mini-album of unreleased early recordings were issued post-breakup. Members: Rory Gallagher (vocals, guitar, 1966-70), Eric Kittringham (bass, […]

Hardin & York

Hardin & York were the English blues-rock-soul duo of drummer Pete York and keyboardist–singer Eddie Hardin. York co-founded the Spencer Davis Group, which Hardin joined as Steve Winwood‘s replacement. Hardin & York released the 1969–70 albums Tomorrow Today and World’s Smallest Big Band on Bell Records, followed by the 1971 Decca title For the World. […]