250:- (24-Bit Limited Remaster Edition. Original special utvikomslag. Albumet släpptes 2005 och är utgången som Mini LP.)100 Ton Chicken is the third album by the blues band, Chicken Shack, released in 1969. This album was Paul Raymond's first album as a member of Chicken Shack, replacing Christine Perfect.
Chicken Shack was actually not far behind Mac in popularity in the late '60s, purveying a more traditional brand of Chicago blues, heavily influenced by Freddie King.
Perfect also chipped in with occasional compositions and lead singing.
In fact, she sang lead on their only British Top 20 single, "I'd Rather Go Blind" (1969). But around that time, she quit the music business to marry John McVie and become a housewife, although, as the world knows, that didn't last too long.
Chicken Shack never recovered from Christine's loss, commercially or musically. Stan Webb kept Chicken Shack going, with a revolving door of other musicians, all the way into the 1980s, though he briefly disbanded the group to join Savoy Brown for a while in the mid-'70s.
01. Road Of Love
02. Look Ma I'm Crying
04. Reconsider Baby
05. Weekend Love
06. Midnight Hour
07. Tears In The Wind
08. Horse & Cart
09. Way It Is
10. Still Worned About My Woman