Killing Floor
Genre:
Pop/Rock
Meta style:
Rock & Roll/Roots
Style:
Blues-Rock

1) The South London-based Killing Floor was formed by lead guitarist Mick Clarke and vocalist/harmonica player Bill Thorndycraft. During the British blues boom of 1968-1969, they decided to form a blues band, recruiting prospective members from the classified pages of Melody Maker. Joining them were piano player Lou Martin, bassist Stuart MacDonald, and drummer Bazz Smith. Taking their name from Howlin' Wolf's "Killing Floor", the band played just one gig before ex-Radio Caroline DJ and ardent blues fanatic John Edward offered to manage them.

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