Junior's Eyes: Battersea Power Station

Bluesy freak-prog artefact from the late 60s.

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Junior’s Eyes are better known by association rather than for their own musical exploits. The band’s frontman Mick Wayne had started out in the mid 60s with The Outsiders, a short-lived R&B combo that included a nascent Jimmy Page, though it was his work with David Bowie that proved more substantial.

Rob Hughes

Freelance writer for Classic Rock since 2008, and sister title Prog since its inception in 2009. Regular contributor to Uncut magazine for over 20 years. Other clients include Word magazine, Record Collector, The Guardian, Sunday Times, The Telegraph and When Saturday Comes. Alongside Marc Riley, co-presenter of long-running A-Z Of David Bowie podcast. Also appears twice a week on Riley’s BBC6 radio show, rifling through old copies of the NME and Melody Maker in the Parallel Universe slot. Designed Aston Villa’s kit during a previous life as a sportswear designer. Geezer Butler told him he loved the all-black away strip.