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King Earl Boogie Band

King Earl Boogie Band

King Earl Boogie Band


Th King Earl Boogie Band were a short-lived offshoot of British skiffle revival group Mungo Jerry. The band was formed in 1972 by multi-instrumentalist (acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica, kazoo) and occasional lead singer Paul King and keyboard player Colin Earl after leaving the group due to creative differences with Mungo's bandleader Ray Dorset. Other members included guitarist Dave Lambert, bassist Russell John Brown and washboard player Joe Rush, who had been a part-time Mungo member. Read more on Last.fm
Th King Earl Boogie Band were a short-lived offshoot of British skiffle revival group Mungo Jerry. The band was formed in 1972 by multi-instrumentalist (acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica, kazoo) and occasional lead singer Paul King and keyboard player Colin Earl after leaving the group due to creative differences with Mungo's bandleader Ray Dorset. Other members included guitarist Dave Lambert, bassist Russell John Brown and washboard player Joe Rush, who had been a part-time Mungo member. Their sole album ''Trouble at Mill'' was well reviewed, but a single "Plastic Jesus" was banned by the BBC on grounds of blasphemy.

The group disbanded a few months later, and Lambert later joined Strawbs. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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