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Jellybread - Sixty-Five Parkway 1970

Formed at England’s Sussex University by pianist Pete Wingfield, Jellybread was originally completed by Paul Butler (guitar/vocals),John Best (bass),and Chris Waters (drums).In 1969 the quartet secured a recording contract with the exemplary Blue Horizon Records label and although largely unadventurous, their albums offered a highly competent grasp of black music, including both blues and soul. They provided stellar accompaniment on Lightnin’ Slim's London Gumbo and B.B. King in London, but the unit dissolved in 1971 with the departure of Wingfield and Waters. Newcomers Rick Birkett (guitar, ex-Accent) and Kenny Lamb (drums) joined for Back to Begin Again, but Jellybread broke up when the set failed to make commercial headway. However, Wingfield enjoyed success as a solo artist, session pianist, and member of Olympic Runners.
01.Faded Grace 2:59
02.Old Before Your Time 7:03
03.Sally Hotlips 3:36
04.Go Through The Motions 4:02
05.Full Circle One 1:57
06.Old Man Hank 3:43
07.The Missing Link 6:10
08.Samuel Taylor 2:58
09.Try 3:33
10.Full Circle Two 2:10
Bonus Tracks (Studio Recordings 1969)
11.That's Alright 2:07
12.Evening 6:53
13.Don't Want No Woman 2:58

Paul Butler: guitar, vocals
Pete Wingfield: keyboard, vocals
John Best: bass
Chris Waters: drums