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

Hard Road Blues

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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
Tom Kilner vocals and guitar, Oliver Tallent bass, Jake Ashton drums

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

If you own this clip and wish me to remove it, I will do so immediately. It's awesome and the world needs to see it :)

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

"The album, though b
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