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Keith is constantly editing and updating his web-site and recently added a Family History forum, primarily for the benefit of his family, however friends are most welcome to look and catch a glimpse of his past.
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Happy New Year to all my friends and fans.Welcome to my new updated and upgraded site.
Once again, thank you for your continued support of me,my music and my bands.
Welcome to the new updated site.
Hope you enjoy the extra features,
and the easier Navigation Bar.
Thank you all for your continued support
Out Of This World - Instrumental Diamonds Vol 3
Various Artists- Features
(1993) Sequel Records. NEX CD 244
Last month I spoke about some friends of mine about a great psychedelic band called Keleidoscope,
when Keith intervened in the debate, just for saying that he wrote a song called with the same name of that band.
His song, Kaleidescope,was written by him on 1967,
and with my great pleasure,
I received the lyrics by him.
This song brings you into a psychedelic atmosphere,
when you're reading it, it wraps you in a whirl of colors
and it ends so suddenly,
when you back to silence and the dark of night.
Sin, it has never been written the part for music,
but it remains a wonderful testimony of the
Keith's ability to raise a mental travel
Through his words.
Kaleidescope (Keith Law)
Girl with telescope eyes, living in a planetarium,
Silhouettes of the night, insanity aquariams
Looking through kaleidescope, at explosions of balloons,
Shooting diamonds at the wall, with orange end harpoons.
Ribbons of gyroscope canes, dancing on the cellophane,
Celebrations of the clowns, tapping on the window pane
Peeping through keyhole eyes, at rainbow images
And turning off the light, your kaleidescope diminishes.
Cave Of Clear Light --
The Pye & Dawn Records
Underground Trip 1967 to 1975 (3CD set)
(2010) CD 504969
Pye/Esoteric (UK) Various Artists- Disc One-
Yellow Cave Woman- Velvett Fogg
Available Worldwide from
Dusty Groove, Amazon,
Union Square Music, Tower Records e.t.c.
EYES IN THE WIND- KEITH LAW
(2009) Anazitisi Records. ARLP F0007034
From Anazitisi Records..
is well known as the songwriter
for the Velvett Fogg
and the leader for Jardine
(see ANAZITISI Records ARLP 70-17F).
EYES IN THE WIND
is a collection of 12 songs,
all penned & recorded by
All are totally unreleased.
KEITH sings and plays all the instruments
(electric & acoustic
& bow guitars, keyboards,
bass, percussion and effects).
Mainly acoustic album but heavy,
fuzzy and phaser guitars are all over.
A full of soul and deep
vibrates the sensitive lyrics
of charismatic KEITH LAW
Put it under the category of acid folk,
loner/songwriter or mellow psychedelia,
wherever you prefer.
It's a true gem.and it would
be a pity to leave
all these recordings shelved.
The album also contains
the first recording (1967) of
Jardine's "Masochists of strangulation".
First ever official release,
fully licenced by KEITH LAW
High quality, fully laminated with UV photos, cover.
It includes 4-pages insert with bio,
180gr. vinyl as usual.
It will be a very limited to
150 hand-numbered copies, coloured vinyl edition.
Show Me The Way To Life
Wonderful song ..
Eric was rite you are a poet....
Great song 5 *****
Well done nice touching song.
Have to say i really like this....Quality...
Like I Know Johanna
(Velvett Fogg RELOADED)
is No.1 on Reverbnation Other Charts for the UK.
Keith played in the band during the mid 1960's and amongst their support slots they performed before the legendary blues artist "Sonny Boy Williamson". Williamson had been been brought to play in the Golden Eagle in Hill Street by Georgio Gomelski while touring with the Yardbirds, another who played before Sonny Boy in Birmingham was Spencer Davis. "The Williamsons" band became a dedication to Sonny Boy. Before he left the Industrial heartland, Sonny Boy gave Keith's band a wonderful accolade by declaring the Williamsons "..a great young blues band." true praise indeed from a man who started his own career playing alongside people such as blues hero's Robert Johnson, Robert Nighthawk, Robert Jr. Lockwood and Elmore James.
Sonny soon returned to the U.S. after his European shows and continued to play until his untimely death on May 25, 1965. Sonny Boy Williamson left behind an array of truly inspired future Rock legends such as Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Robbie Robertson to name but a few, and talking of Eric Clapton... (taken from a recent email from Keith Law:)
'Someone mentioned Wolverhampton,
and one night in the late 60's I stood in a queue
with Robert (Plant), outside Wolverhampton Town Hall.
Top of the bill, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers.
Bob and I went to the Gents, and were
chatting, and then we were joined by two blokes,
on Bob's left hand side stood John Mayall,
and on my right, stood Eric Clapton!!! ' - Keith Law
(Robert Plant later covered Sonny Boy Williamson's 'Bring It On Home' while playing in Led Zeppelin)
And so, back to 2007. I think that the need for a small low key but well fitted out blues venue in central Brum today is quite apparent, Ronnie Scot ts fitted the bill until it turned into a lap dance bar, although the prices were a little steep (when it was Ronnie's of course), anyone reading this with a love of Blues could do far worse than put their money into a low key Brum Blues joint, the performers are out there, they just need a stool, mike, amp, drinks and audience to entertain (I really don't like large overpriced venues like the Alexandra), anyway I shall let Keith close this blog.. stay safe guys. BB
'You don't have to be famous,
to make a living in the music business,
just give the folks, what they want' - Keith Law
Written on Friday, January 12, 2007
Mon, 28 Sep 2009 17:56:34
40 years and your music is still topical.
The 60's and 70's ... when the new generations had creative ideas in the music.
ps. Nice T-shirt,Keith!