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Topic: Watts In 'Voodoo' Return to archive
05-28-02 07:33 AM
Voodoo Femme Just wondered if anyone had seen an article in the new music mag. 'Voodoo'. In June edition there are some great stories about Blues Incorporated whose line up included Charlie and Mick early on. There is an interview with sax player Dick Heckstall-Smith, he talks about Watts's work with Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner. It fits in with those recently released pics of Mick in The Daily Mail playing with Jack Bruce and Heckstall-Smith around '62.

Voodoo are a subscribers' publication, they don't seem to have a website yet so if you would like to see some of this stuff the best way is to contact the editor: marc80@btinternet.com

I originally found their details on the homepage of whereseric.com


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