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Lucifer’s Friend – Where the Groupies Killed the Blues

Lucifer’s Friend were a group of classical trained musicians that hired an english vocalist to front the band. John Lawton was perfect for the band as he is so diverse. ‘Where The Groupies Killed The Blues” for me personally is my favorite because it has musical characteristics of the early King Crimson.

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Lucifer’s Friend – Where The Groupies Killed The Blues

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Apr 26, 2013 · Lucifer’s Friend – Where The Groupies Killed The Blues – Side One (album) Lucifer’s Friend were a metal-pop-jazz-classical group of such enormous talent that maybe they never decided where

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Where the Groupies Killed the Blues – Wikipedia

Where the Groupies Killed the Blues is the second album by progressive rock band Lucifer’s Friend, released in 1972. Piano is prominent on most songs, and organ is used only on a few songs such as “Where the Groupies Killed the Blues”, whereas on the debut album, Lucifer’s Friend (1970), organ and guitars had been the driving force.

Genre: Heavy metal, progressive rock

Lucifer’s Friend – Where The Groupies Killed The Blues

Where the groupies killed the blues Heavy sounds in the summertime – ooh – Where the Groupies Killed the Blues Lucifer’s Friend. 1. Hobo 3. Mother 4. Where The Groupies Killed The Blues

LUCIFER’S FRIEND – Where The Groupies Killed The Blues (1972)

Where The Groupies Killed The Blues is a music studio album recording by LUCIFER’S FRIEND (Heavy Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette.

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Lucifer’s Friend – .Where The Groupies Killed The Blues

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1972 Gatefold Vinyl release of .Where The Groupies Killed The Blues on Discogs.

Where the Groupies Killed the Blues by Lucifer’s Friend

Lucifer’s Friend’s second studio album Where the Groupies Killed the Blues from 1972 is a really nice follower for their magnificent debut. This time the band sounds less heavy and more progressive than in their first LP.

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Where the Groupies Killed the Blues – Lucifer’s Friend

On their second album, Lucifer’s Friend pushes their sound in a more straightforward prog-rock direction with mixed results. The resulting album, Where the Groupies Killed the Blues , shows the band had the instrumental dexterity necessary for this style of music but lacked the discipline to create focused and coherent art rock.

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Lucifer’s Friend ‎”….Where The Groupies Killed The Blues

Lucifer’s Friend ‎”….Where The Groupies Killed The Blues” 1972 Germany Prog Hard Rock Vertigo label. Lucifer’s Friend gathered in Hamburg in May 1970. By the time of the merger, four of the five band members could claim the title of veterans of German rock. Keyboardist Peter Hecht and bassist Dieter Horns organized their first group The German Bonds

Where The Groupies Killed The Blues | Discogs

Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Lucifer’s Friend – .Where The Groupies Killed The Blues at Discogs. Complete your Lucifer’s Friend collection.

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Lucifer’s Friend (album) – Wikipedia

Lucifer’s Friend (1970) Where the Groupies Killed the Blues (1972)

Genre: Hard rock

Lucifer’s Friend: Where The Groupies Killed The Blues~US

Lucifer’s Friend ‎- Where The Groupies Killed The Blues 1975 US pressing on Passport (not released in the US until this year) Jacket The jacket is still in its original …

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Lucifer’s Friend – Where the Groupies Killed the Blues

Oct 30, 2017 · Lucifer’s Friend – Where the Groupies Killed the Blues 1972 (full album)

Where the Groupies Killed the Blues by Lucifer’s Friend

Where the Groupies Killed the Blues, an Album by Lucifer’s Friend. Released in 1991 on Repertoire (catalog no. RR 4143-WP; CD). Genres: Hard Rock, Progressive Rock.

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Lucifer’s Friend were a group of classical trained musicians that hired an english vocalist to front the band. John Lawton was perfect for the band as he is so diverse. ‘Where The Groupies Killed The Blues” for me personally is my favorite because it has musical characteristics of the early King Crimson.

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