Santa Barbera Machine Head

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Santa Barbera Machine Head
Genres Electric blues
Years active 1967
Labels Immediate Records
Associated acts The Birds, The Creation, Deep Purple, The Faces, The Pretty Things, The Rolling Stones, Tomorrow
Past members John "Twink" Alder
Kim Gardner
Jon Lord
Ronnie Wood

Santa Barbera 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", written by Jon Lord and Gus Dudgeon, 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.[1][2]