Tramline

Tramline was an English blues-rock band from Middlesbrough that released the 1968–69 albums Somewhere Down the Line and Moves of Vegetable Centuries, both on Island Records. Members: Micky Moody (guitar), John McCoy (vocals, harmonica), Terry Sidgwick (bass, vocals), Terry Popple (drums) Background Tramline formed when guitarist Micky Moody teamed with singer John McCoy after respective […]

Juicy Lucy

Juicy Lucy was an English blues-rock band that released the 1969–70 Vertigo albums Juicy Lucy and Lie Back and Enjoy It. They charted with the revved-up Bo Diddley cover “Who Do You Love?” Amid multiple lineup changes, they cut the 1971 Bronz title Get a Whiff a This and the 1972 Polydor album Pieces. Steel […]

Snafu

Snafu was an English rustic funk-rock band from London that released two 1973–74 albums on WWA and a 1975 third on Capitol. Frontman Bobby Harrison played in the initial Procol Harum lineup that recorded their 1967 hit “A Whiter Shade of Pale.” As Snafu folded, he went solo with Funkist. Other players in Snafu’s ranks […]