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Streetwalkers / Chapman-Whitney

Streetwalkers / Chapman-Whitney
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England
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Streetwalkers were an English rock band formed in late 1973 by two former members of Family, vocalist Roger Chapman and guitarist John "Charlie" Whitney. They were a five piece band which evolved from the Chapman-Whitney band after the 1974 album Streetwalkers.
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Releases on file (6)
Streetwalkers — I'm Walking: Complete Streetwalkers 1974-77 Streetwalkers — I'm Walking: Complete Streetwalkers 1974-77
(Snapper Music SMABX1020, 1977/2015, 15CD)
Streetwalkers — Live Streetwalkers — Live
(BGO BGOCD606, 1977/2004, CD)
Streetwalkers — Vicious but Fair Streetwalkers — Vicious but Fair
(See for Miles SEECD 352, 1977/1992, CD)
Streetwalkers — Red Card Streetwalkers — Red Card
(Repertoire RR 4147-WP, 1976/1991, CD)
Streetwalkers — Downtown Flyers Streetwalkers — Downtown Flyers
(BGO BGOCD542, 1975/2002, CD)
Chapman-Whitney — Streetwalkers (AKA First Cut) Chapman-Whitney — Streetwalkers (AKA First Cut)
(LPR 0105/011, 1974/2000, CD)

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