Once Upon A Time (B-Side Of Single) - Bakerloo - Bakerloo (CD, Album)


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  1. Founded in Tamworth, UK in (Initially as 'Bakerloo Blues Line') - Disbanded in The line-up then was Dave 'Clem' Clempson on guitar and vocals, Terry Poole on bass and John Hinch on drums. Initially they stuck to a largely blues based set, yet like so many of the innovative acts of the era grew tired of the formula and began to experiment.
  2. Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a newly re-mastered and expanded edition of the classic self-titled album by BAKERLOO. This Progressive Blues outfit formed in Staffordshire in and comprised Dave “Clem” Clempson (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards), Keith Baker (bass) and Terry Poole (drums).
  3. "Once upon A Time" is another hard edged vehicle for Clempson and the band. This is the only track where we hear both Clempson and Poole together vocally. "This Worried Mind" (like the original) is a slow bluesy thing with a slight echo in the vocals, reminiscent of Dave Edmunds' and Love Sculpture's first album "Blues Helping"/5(15).
  4. Jan 30,  · Signed to EMI’s progressive-minded Harvest label in , The Bakerloo Blues Line debuted with the single “Drivin’ Bachwards” (sic) b/w “Once Upon a Time.” The A-side was so named because it was based on Bach’s “Bourree in E Minor,” the same piece Jethro Tull would adapt into “Bourree” on the album Stand Up.
  5. Bakerloo, a Bootleg of songs by Bakerloo. Released in on Prog Temple (catalog no. PTCD; CD). Genres: Blues Rock, Jam Band, Heavy Psych.
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  7. Bakerloo, an Album by Bakerloo. Released in on Akarma (catalog no. AK; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, Jam Band, Heavy Psych.
  8. Bakerloo Profile: Although the group was prominent only for around a year () and released only one album it played an important part in the history of the genre, especially in view of its members' subsequent involvement with Colosseum, Humble Pie, May Blitz, Graham Bond, Vinegar Joe, Judas Priest and Uriah Heep.

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