Stone the Crows: Ode to John Law

Stone the Crows SKU: 30827486
Stone the Crows: Ode to John Law

Stone the Crows: Ode to John Law

Stone the Crows SKU: 30827486

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Ode to John Law
Label: Bgo Records
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. Ode To John Law was the Scottish Blues band’s sophomore album. Originally released on Polydor in 1970, the album was co-produced by Peter Grant and Mark London. The band line-up on Ode To John Law was Colin Allen, Maggie Bell, Jimmy Dewar, Les Harvey and John McGinnis. The band were formed after Maggie Bell was introduced to Les Harvey by his elder brother, Alex Harvey. After playing together in the Kinning Park Ramblers, they rejoined in a band named Power, later renamed Stone the Crows (after a British/Australian English exclamation of surprise or shock) by Led Zeppelin's manager, Peter Grant.

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2.3 Ode to John Law
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