RELATED MUSIC LISTS
 Best of 1971
 Best of 1970
 I Live In 1970s

» Edit Band Information
» Edit Albums

» Add a Review
» Add an Album
» Add News

May Blitz

May Blitz was a British power trio that was active in the early 1970s. They're music often blended proggy acid rockjams,with bluesy, proto-metal guitar work. The group was formed in 1969 by bassist Terry Poole and drummer KeithBaker, therhythm section of the blues-rock trio Bakerloo, both of whom left the group when guitarist Clem Clempsondeparted to joinColosseum. Jamie Black joined the group on vocals and guitars but both Poole and Baker left this group aswell before itrecorded anything, Poole joining Vinegar Joe and Baker Uriah Heep. Black then added fellow Canadian ReidHudson on bassan ...read more

May Blitz was a British power trio that was active in the early 1970s. They're music often blended proggy acid rockjams,with bluesy, proto-metal guitar work. The group was formed in 1969 by bassist Terry Poole and drummer KeithBaker, therhythm section of the blues-rock trio Bakerloo, both of whom left the group when guitarist Clem Clempsondeparted to joinColosseum. Jamie Black joined the group on vocals and guitars but both Poole and Baker left this group aswell before itrecorded anything, Poole joining Vinegar Joe and Baker Uriah Heep. Black then added fellow Canadian ReidHudson on bassand Tony Newman, who had played with Jeff Beck, The Hollies and Sounds Incorporated, on drums. Aftersome timeplaying pubs in the UK, the group signed with Vertigo Records and released their self-titled debut album in 1970.Theirsophomore album, 2nd of May, followed early in 1971, but the group did not see success quickly and decided todisbandlate in 1971. « hide

Similar Bands: Josefus, Bloodrock, Leaf Hound, Trapeze, Steamhammer

2nd Of May
1971

4.1
4 Votes
May Blitz
1970

4.3
6 Votes

Contributors: Britch2tiger, SgtPepper,

FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2016 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Privacy Policy