Fanny (1972): 'Hey Bulldog' (Lennon-McCartney)





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Uploaded on May 23, 2010

A rocking, driving cover of the John Lennon-Paul McCartney original by the first, self-founded, all-girl rock band to be signed to and release an album on a major record label.

Before the Runaways, the Bangles, the Go-Gos, etc., there was FANNY.

David Bowie said (Rolling Stone, 29 December 1999):
"One of the most important female bands in American rock has been buried without a trace. And that is Fanny. They were one of the finest... rock bands of their time, in about 1973. They were extraordinary... they're as important as anybody else who's ever been, ever; it just wasn't their time."

This track, 'Hey Bulldog' is from the third album by Fanny, 'Fanny Hill'.

Audio from an original vinyl LP source. Photos from the booklet in the 2002 box set, 'The First Time in a Long Time', which collates the finest first four albums released by Fanny, plus lots of never-before-heard or -released extras.

Fanny were (original lineup, 1969 - 1974):

June Millington - acoustic and slide guitars, vocals
Jean Millington - bass, guitars, vocals
Nickey Barclay - keyboards, guitars, vocals
Alice de Buhr - drums, percussion

For more on the band, go to:


Disclaimer: The video poster is not connected with the band or any of its members as regards creation and posting of the video.


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