Chris Spedding

Monday, 28 November 2011, 20:21 | Category : Chris Spedding
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To celebrate the release of King Mob’s new album “Force 9”, The Strange Brew Podcast looks back over Chris Spedding’s career to pick his greatest solo tracks, side projects and sessions.

  1. Chris Spedding – Motor Bikin’ (Single A-side, RAK, 1975)
  2. Kris Ife – Imagination (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1968)
  3. Jack Bruce – Weird of Hermiston (Songs For A Tailor, Polydor, 1969)
  4. Pete Brown and his Battered Ornaments – Station Song (A Meal You Can Shake Hands With In The Dark, Harvest, 1969)
  5. Battered Ornaments – Twisted Track (Mantle Piece, Harvest, 1969)
  6. The End – Mistress Bean (The Last Word, Tenth Planet, 2000 rec February 1970)
  7. Philwit & Pegasus – Spinning Carousel (Philwit & Pegasus, Chapter One, 1970)
  8. Elton John – Madman Across the Water (Madman Across the Water, DJM, 1971)
  9. Vigrass and Osborne – Ballerina (Queues, UNI, 1972)
  10. Juan Pardo – My One Way Friend, Joanne (Natural, Erika, 1972)
  11. Donovan – Cosmic Wheels (Cosmic Wheels, Epic, 1973)
  12. Roy Harper – When An Old Cricketer Leaves The Crease (HQ, Harvest, 1975)
  13. John Cale – Pablo Picasso (Helen of Troy, Island, 1975)
  14. Chris Spedding – Wild Wild Women (Hurt, RAK, 1977)
  15. King Mob – I Was There (Force 9, Steamhammer, 2011)

From hard rock, pop-sike, obscure Spanish LPs to legendary sessions The Strange Brew Podcast presents 70s minutes from British guitar hero Chris Spedding. 

More information on King Mob and Chris Spedding can be found at http://kingmob-beatgroup.com/ and http://www.chrisspedding.com/

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