Cuby & Blizzards: Appleknockers Flophouse [Limited Transparent Blue Colored Vinyl]

Cuby & Blizzards SKU: 40301648
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Cuby & Blizzards: Appleknockers Flophouse [Limited Transparent Blue Colored Vinyl]

Cuby & Blizzards SKU: 40301648

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $34.99 Sale price $30.09
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Description

Artist: Cuby & Blizzards
Title: Appleknockers Flophouse [Limited Transparent Blue Colored Vinyl]
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited 180gm transparent blue vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. The legendary Dutch blues formation Cuby + Blizzards, founded by vocalist Harry Muskee and guitarist Eelco Gelling, released their fifth studio album in 1969. It contains most self-written songs and a few covers from well-known, international blues artists. The band does not only play blues music, but also more solid rock, such as on 'Midnight Mover'. The title song, 'Appleknockers Flophouse', is one of the best known songs by the band. Guitarist Eelco Gelling is playing some fantastic guitar parts, while Muskee's voice is the blues at it's best.

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