Saturday, October 24, 2015

40 Year itch: The Zelig of 70's Rock

Henry McCullough : You'd Better Run


   One of rock's Zeligs, Henry McCullough played that wonderfully disjointed guitar solo on the #1 Wings hit "My Love" and can be heard on Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon saying " I don't know. I was really drunk at the time". He even replaced Wilko Johnson in Dr Feelgood. On October 24, 1975, he released his debut solo album Mind Your Own Business on George Harrison's Dark Horse label. It has the loose feel of the some of the cuts that didn't make the proposed Red Rose Speedway double album, but is apparently now out of print.

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