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|Origin||Timperley, Manchester, England|
|Genres||Blues rock, psychedelic rock|
|Past members||John Knail
Stack Waddy were a British blues rock band from Timperley, Manchester, who were active in the late 1960s and early 1970s and again in 2007. Signed to John Peel's Dandelion label, the original line-up of John Knail, Mick Stott, Stuart Banham and Steve Revel (replaced by John Groom on second album) released two albums and singles before breaking up for a while in 1973. There is supposed to be a hidden archive stored away containing several albums' more worth of studio jam sessions and rehearsals.
On 24 January 1972 (transmitted on 18 February), the band also recorded a performance for the John Peel BBC Radio 1 show, the tracks were: "Hoochie Coochie Man", "Rock Me Baby", "You Really Got Me", "Willie the Pimp".
They have reconvened several times with their second line-up of Knail, Stott, Banham and Groom; with the last get together for the Dandelion Records biographical DVD film shoot in July 2007.
- "BBC - Radio 1 - Keeping It Peel - 24/01/1972 Stackwaddy". www.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
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