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|# 21 From: MoreJam, Denmark||03-01-2010 00:26:42|
|I have the 1969 UK Island single ”I Keep Singing That Same Old Song” by Heavy Jelly. It is a great song. Nice progressive rock with a lovely sound.|
I would like to know if Heavy Jelly released more records (LPs, singles,EPs)?
I understand that Heavy Jelly was Skip Bifferty with a new name and a new drummer. But what about the music – the SOUND?
I am asking because if Skip Biffery sounds like Heavy Jelly I will start looking for the album “Skip Bifferty” from 1968. Issued on the RCA Victor label, catalogue number RCA Victor SF 7941.
After the split of Heavy Jelly new bands were formed - Arc, Bell & Arc plus Graham Bell solo.
Do they sound like Heavy Jelly?
In short, I am looking for more music sounding like “I Keep Singing That Same Old Song”. I hope you can help me. Thanks!
There are more bands called Heavy Jelly. Members of this Heavy Jelly were: Mick Gallagher (piano), Graham Bell (singer), John Turnbull (guitar), Paul Nichols (drums) and bass player Colin Gibson who wrote “I Keep Singing That Same Old Song”.
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