Vinegar Joe might very easily have been Island Records' answer to the Allman Bros. or Wet Willie. A sextet formed out of a busted big-band rock outfit called Dada, they were brought together at the suggestion of Island founder Chris Blackwell. Elkie Brooks (vocals), Robert Palmer (vocals, guitar), Pete Gage (guitars, piano), and Steve York (bass, harmonica), were at the core of the group, with Tim Hinkley and then Mike Deacon on keyboards, and Conrad Isadore and Keef Hartley, and then John Woods and Pete Gavin on drums--the band cut three albums for between 1971 and 1973. Their live shows were well reviewed and attracted significant audiences in England, but this was never reflected in their record sales. They split up in 1973, with Robert Palmer becoming an international star as a pop-rock blue-eyed soul singer and Elkie Brooks a success as an MOR singer with Pete Gage as her arranger. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

Vinegar Joe - Vinegar Joe 1972 (full album)
Vinegar Joe - Proud To Be A Honky Woman
Vinegar Joe - Rusty Red Armour (Robert Palmer & Elkie Brooks)
Vinegar Joe - Ride Me Easy Rider (1972)
Vinegar Joe - Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Elkie Brooks / Robert Palmer
Vinegar Joe Never Met A Dog
Vinegar Joe "Dream My Own Dreams" - 1972 Live in Sweden
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