Limited Edition of 2000 Copies
A powerful selection of performances by a top class British band that toured the club scene during the late 1960s.
As a support act for such bands as Yes, The Nice and Ten Years After, Killing Floor was a seasoned outfit with lots of experience, as can be heard on their debut album first released in 1970.
Among a dozen driving tracks is a version of Willie Dixon’s ‘Woman You Need Love’ and such Chicago style blues numbers as ‘Nobody By My Side’ and ‘Come Home Baby’. The line up features founder members Mick Clarke (lead guitar) and Bill Thornycraft (vocals, harmonica) with Lou Martin (piano), Stuart McDonald (bass) and Bazz Smith (drums).
Recorded in just 12 days, here is a killing album brimful of blues fire.