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O.K. Ken?


  • 1. Baby's Got Me Crying
    2. Right Way Is My Way, The
    3. Get Like You Used to Be
    4. Pony and Trap
    5. Tell Me
    6. Woman Is the Blues, A
    7. I Wanna See My Baby
    8. Remington Ride
    9. Fishing in Your River
    10. Mean Old World
    11. Sweet Sixteen
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 474608-2

  • Credits
    ProducerMike Vernon
    EngineerMike Ross

    Chicken Shack includes: Christine Perfect (vocals), Stan Webb (guitar).
    This reissue of the 1969 recording OK KEN by Brit blues band Chicken Shack features Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie and includes the songs "Baby's Got Me Crying" and "Woman Is The Blues."
    Personnel: Stan Webb (vocals, guitar); Christine Perfect (vocals, piano); Christine McVie (vocals, keyboards); Bud Beadle (alto, baritone, saxophone, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Don Fey (tenor, saxophone, tenor saxophone); Steve Gregory (tenor, saxophone); Big Walter Horton (harmonica); John Almond (saxophone, trombone); Terry Noonan, Roderick M Lee, Roderick M Lee (trumpet); Dave Bidwell (drums); Simmonds Harry Chorale, M.C. (sound effects).
    Liner Note Author: Neil Slaven.
    Recording information: CBS Studios (10/22/1968/10/23/1968); CBS Studios, London, England (10/22/1968/10/23/1968).
    Photographers: Terence Ibbott; Mike Vernon.
    This was Chicken Shack's most popular album, making the British Top Ten. If you're looking for relics of the British Blues Boom, however, you'd be much better off with Ten Years After, to say nothing of legitimate artists such as Fleetwood Mac and John Mayall. British blues at its best could be exciting (if usually derivative), but it's difficult to fathom how this relentlessly plodding, monotonous effort met with such success. Stan Webb took most of the songwriting and vocal chores, emulating the slow-burning Chicago boogie with little skill or subtlety (though he wasn't a bad guitarist). Christine Perfect did write and sing a few songs, but these unfortunately found both her compositional and vocal chops at a most callow stage of development. To nail the coffin, most of the songs were preceded by excruciating comic dialog that made Cheech & Chong sound sophisticated in comparison. ~ Richie Unterberger

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