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chilli willi finally!

sorry your precious awful wanna be funk band took a name to similar to that of these 1970's pubrock greats. this album is full of classic tunes and amazing playing courtesy of snakefinger and company. just because some people who shop around itunes dont read stuff before they buy it doesn't mean this music deserves a low rating. i highly recommend this album to anybody who likes the great western/swing/blues rock dancehall music known as pub rock. this album will truly open your eyes to wonderful melodies if you let it.
snakefinger was one of the greatest and most innovative guitarists to have walked the earth and not enough of his recordings survive today in circulation. i hope itunes gets more of this band, and anything with snakey on it! RIP

Biography

Formed: 1971

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

Chilli Willi and the Red Hot Peppers were one of the main British pub rock groups of the early '70s, playing a laid-back yet rocking mixture of rock & roll, R&B, country, and folk. The band has its origins in a folk-rock duo formed by ex-Junior's Blues Band members Martin Stone (vocals, guitar, mandolin) and Phil "Snakefinger" Lithman (vocals, guitar, piano, lap steel, fiddle). Lithman moved to San Francisco in the late '60s, leaving Stone to play with Savoy Brown and Mighty Baby. The duo reunited...
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