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  1. Jun 11,  · ultra rare garage lp!! uk first pressing!! vinyl: vg (surface marks all over,some background noise) cover: poor (need to repair,missing piece) see a .
  2. Art Gallery, an Album by The Artwoods. Released 25 November on Decca (catalog no. LK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Mod, British Rhythm & Blues. Featured peformers: Malcolm Pool (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Keef Hartley (drums), Derek Griffiths (guitar), Jon Lord (organ), Art Wood (vocals), Mike Vernon (producer), John Mackswith (engineer).
  3. The 18 songs on this CD, comprising the group's entire single and EP output, are some of the best British-spawned R&B of their time, and can stand alongside the best work of the Animals, Manfred Mann, or the Yardbirds in that vein. The Artwoods were a virtuoso outfit from the get-go, with a natural feel for the music as singers and players, whether they were working in the vein of Sam & Dave.
  4. THE ARTWOODS Oxford Street ( UK track LP compilation of dynamite British RnB recorded between & , gathering single tracks & album material, starring Arthur [Art] Wood on vocals [Ronnie Wood's brother], Derek Griffiths on gu itar, Malcolm Pool on bass, a pre-Deep Purple Jon Lord on organ & the great Keef Hartley on drums.
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  6. The Artwoods' only album was an enjoyable mixture of club-oriented soul, R&B, and jazz with a strong organ spice, although it found them falling seriously behind their contemporaries in the British R&B scene in a crucial safftitinadibnoedrumemimpherweistav.coinfo one of the dozen tracks was a group original, and their vocal and interpretive ability was not so strong as to make that shortfall an irrelevance.5/
  7. The Artwoods secured a loyal fan-base in the 60s wowing the hipsters at London’s Speakeasy, Klooks Kleek, The Club and Eel Pie Island, with an irresistible set of soul and blues covers. Between 19they recorded six singles, an EP (Jazz In Jeans) and the LP Art Gallery. These days, original copies of the LP go for £

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