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Gass - 1970 - Juju

Gass was a rock band formed in May 1965 by Robert Tench, Godfrey and Errol McLean. They were managed by The Active Management Group. The band fused inspired melodies with soul, Latin influences, blues and progressive rock often employing complex rhythms. The original line up was Tench on bass guitar, percussionist Errol McLean, his brother drummer and vocalist Godfrey McLean, saxophonist Humphrey Oka and guitarist Alan Roskans.. Tench soon become the band's vocalist and as their music progressed the line up changed. They performed at fashionable music venues in London's Soho, such as The Flamingo Club, The Scotch of St.James where Eric Burdon sang with them and it was at The Bag O'Nails Jimi Hendrix joined the band for a jam session. Gass became involved with Catch My Soul-Rock Othello produced by Jack Good during 1969. Juju (1970) was the first album recorded by Gass and featured guitarist Peter Green, who had just left Fleetwood Mac at this time. The album was withdrawn soon after it was released to retail outlets and re-issued as Gass.

01 - Kulu Se Mama
02 - Holy Woman
03 - Yes I Can
04 - Juju
05 - Black Velvet
06 - House For Sale
07 - Cold Light Of Day
08 - Cool Me Down

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