Santa Barbara Machine Head
|Santa Barbara Machine Head|
|Associated acts||The Birds, The Creation, Deep Purple, The Faces, The Pretty Things, The Rolling Stones, Tomorrow|
|Past members||John "Twink" Alder
Santa Barbara Machine Head were a short-lived British electric blues combo that formed and disbanded in 1967. They recorded three instrumental songs together for Immediate Records; "Albert", "Porcupine Juice" and "Rubber Monkey", released in 1968 on the compilation album Blues Anytime Vol. 3. All four members later went on to achieve success and notoriety with other bands.
- Biography by Bruce Eder at allmusic.
- White Boy Blues liner notes, Castle Communications, 1985.
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