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12 Jan 2017

Duffy “Scruffy Duffy” 1973 UK Prog Hard Rock





Duffy  ‎ “Scruffy Duffy” 1973 UK Prog Hard Rock

The sound of their debut album varies from rock-n- basic roll to a gradual solid heavier sound. There are lots of loud, gritty blues rock based assaults. “Heavy Rock Progressive (and sometimes Acoustic) sounds of Duffy are featured on this very desirable album, and the group have become quite a firm favourite amongst rock and blues audiences. ………….. 

Heavy Rock Progressive (and sometimes Acoustic) sounds of Duffy are featured on this very desirable album, and the group have become quite a firm favourite amongst rock and blues audiences. This recording was their very first album, and Chapter One are proud to represent this very fine group of musicians… 

A very interesting album by British group that combines heavy-progressive, hard-boogie and southern rock, calling plays as an illusion to Spooky Tooth, Foghat (in particular, opens the album thriller Running Away) and Atomic Rooster (Ode To Clay, for example ). 

Throughout the album, good speed blues guitar, organ passages kreynovskom style. The most powerful thing the album maybe is St. John’s with 9-minute, place reminds somewhat the album "Salisbury” from Uriah Heep……….. 

Stuart (The Queen) Reffold: (Lead vocals, Harp and Percussion) 
Barry (Fruity) Coote: (Lead Guitar, 12 String and Acoustic Guitars) 
Joe Nanson: (Vocals and Keyboards) 
Patrick (Patty) Sarjeant: (Bass and Vocals) 
Will (Wombat) Wright: (Drums and Percussion) 

Tracklist 
A1 Running Away 2:33 
A2 Changing My Ways 6:00 
A3 Ode To Clay 2:59 
A4 The 1959 Rock ‘N’ Roll Bop 2:56 
A5 The Browns 3:02 
B1 Banker 4:21 
B2 Joker 2:28 
B3 I Can’t Help The Way I Am 1:23 
B4 St. John’s 9:02 
B5 Finale 0:29 

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