Hard Road Blues: Tampa Red - Hard Road Blues, Tom Kilner Band " Hard Road" @ Newark Blues Festival 15, Jamul - Tobacco Road [1970 Hard Blues / Rural Rock US],

Hard Road Blues

Recorded in Chicago November 27, 1940.
Tom Kilner vocals and guitar, Oliver Tallent bass, Jake Ashton drums

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1970 Jamul [P] Vinyl LP Lizard A20101

The album, though being issued on the small Lizard label, may be not so obscure, but the band surely is. Named after a small town somewhere out in the back country near San Diego, there is almost no information available on this outfit. They are: Steve Williams, Bob Desnoyers, Ron Armstrong and John Fergus. Their music is mostly heavy blues rock with extremely po
Uploaded by Rich at http://aftersabbath.blogspot.com :- the blog for heavy 60s/70s obscurities. You can buy the DVD of this from http://www.barryrichardsshows.com like I did; "Barry Richards TV Collection Volume I", see more clips from it here: http://youtu.be/xv9dBcTlQa8

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Jamul's members were Steve Williams, Bob Desnoyers, Ron Armstrong, John Fergus

"The album, though b
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