“Handful” by Betty - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1971Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

Betty were blues rockers from Los Angeles who made 200 copies of “Handful” just for a lark! Got to love that. They’re not too shabby, chanelling the rockier side of their famous neighbours Canned Heat or The Doors, with a bit of a Jim Morrison vocal and some cool organ flourishes here and there. Fair play to them…

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A1 [02:52] 4.8.png Betty - Boogie With You (Anthony Davis) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [02:59] 4.2.png Betty - Blind With Shame (Anthony Davis) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A3 [03:59] 6.2.png Betty - Just For Fun (Mike McMahon, Anthony Davis) Rock
A4 [03:32] 3.6.png Betty - High Rollin’ On The Freeway (Marks, Anthony Davis) Rock
A5 [03:34] 3.1.png Betty - River Bummin’ (Marks, Anthony Davis) Rock
B1 [03:18] 5.0.png Betty - Handful (Of Love) (Mike McMahon, Anthony Davis) Rock
B2 [04:08] 4.6.png Betty - Thank You (Marks, Anthony Davis) Rock
B3 [03:28] 6.8.png Betty - Learn How To Boogie (Marks, Anthony Davis) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [03:23] 5.9.png Betty - Harley Perdoo (Marks, Anthony Davis) Rock
B5 [03:05] 2.8.png Betty - Lights Gonna Shine (Mike McMahon, Anthony Davis) Songwriter

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