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This Chicken Shack compilation of mainly unreleased live and studio outtakes is taken from the vaults of guitarist and band founder Stan Webb. The sound quality isn't great, but it does provide a historic glimpse of the band performing in its earliest incarnation. Highlights include vocalist Christine Perfect (aka McVie) on "When the Train Comes Back," Webb's Freddie King influence on "San Ho Zay," and several cover versions of songs from Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Wilson Pickett, B.B. King, and (oddly enough) the Box Tops! From the Vaults provides fans the opportunity to hear this seminal British blues group in its 1968-1974 prime.

Biography

Formed: 1966 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s

This British blues-rock group is remembered mostly for their keyboard player, Christine Perfect, who would join Fleetwood Mac after marrying John McVie and changing her last name. Although they were one of the more pedestrian acts of the British blues boom, Chicken Shack was quite popular for a time in the late '60s, placing two albums in the British Top 20. The frontperson of Chicken was not Perfect/McVie, but guitarist Stan Webb, who would excite British audiences by entering the crowds at performances,...
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