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by The Ambulators featuring Pete French

Hard rockin' British R&B.
Genre: Rock: British Blues
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1. Sitting On Top of the World
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2. Blue Monday
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3. Nature
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4. Wang Dang Doodle
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5. What a Price
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The term SUPER-GROUP is thrown around far too often but the truth of the matter is that these guys really do all come from SUPER groups. Vocalist Pete French has done time with Carmine Appice and Tim Bogert in Cactus as well as making albums with Atomic Rooster and his own Leaf Hound. Guitarist Ray Majors is a former Yardbird and member of Mott The Hoople. Don Craine and Keith Grant are founding members of The Downliners Sect. Roger Cotton was a member of Peter Green\'s Splinter Group and Mick Avory is the drummer for The Kinks. Hey, maybe this really is a Super-Group after all!

Prodcued by Screaming Lord Russ for Mooreland Street Records LLC.

Recorded at Roundel Studios, Kent and RMS Studios, London

Pete French-vocals
Ray Majors-Lead Guitar
Don Craine-Rhythm Guitar
Keith Grant-bass
Roger Cotton\'keyboards
Mick Avory-drums



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Another Winner
Screaming Lord Russ Garret has released another winner. Play it loud and play it often - then get the rest of the Moorland Street Records releases if you can and you'll be sittin' on top of the world too...

Marc Wiard

A very nice little slice of British blues at it's best. Pete French's vocals are quite easy on the ears, and make all the songs enjoyable listening. Blue Monday is my Fav cut on this, but I wholeheartedly endorse picking this little gem up. A 10-12 song disc from them would be worth putting together. 5 stars...( But we need

Del Pittman

Ambulators can walk tall!
Best cover of Wang Dang Doodle I've ever heard.
outstanding album by an all star, super group!

T Walker

One of those weeks
OK its been a bad week. We all get them. Cut my budget by 10%? Hell my budget looks like a string bean anyway. Oh well! Life begins at 5:00 friday afternoon. OK I am supposed to be writing about this CD. Whats that have to do with our real life drudge and toil? Not a damn thing except this. IT KICKS BUTT! Its a mood changer with an overdrive. IT RAWKS! Thanks Pete, Ray, Don, Keith, Roger, MIck, and that former Desert Dweller Sir Russ. Great job dudes. You made my week worthwhile.

Chuck Hutsler

British Rockin'Blues
Another outstanding Mooreland Steet release!!! Fine purveyors of British Rockin' Blues....ENOUGH SAID!!