Before forming ZZ Top, Billy Gibbons was the lead guitarist of this Houston, TX, group, which released one album and a few singles in the late '60s. Their single 99th Floor became one of the most famous vintage garage 45s after its inclusion on Pebbles, Vol. 2, but the Sidewalks actually leaned much more heavily toward psychedelic and blues-rock. In fact, the group supported Jimi Hendrix at one of his early U.S. gigs and Gibbons became one of Hendrix's first boosters on U.S. shores; strange as it may seem, Hendrix was quite impressed with Gibbons himself, even at this early juncture. The Moving Sidewalks never developed into anything more than a regional act, and are known primarily as a starting point for Gibbons. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

The Moving Sidewalks (pre ZZ Top) ~ ''Joe Blues''(Psychedelic Blues 1968)
The Moving Sidewalks - 99th Floor
The Moving Sidewalks - Need Me - 1968 ( Houston,Texas, U.S.A.)
The Moving Sidewalks "Joe Blues" Live @ BB King's Blues Club NYC
T h e M o v i n g-- S i d e w a l k s --- F l a s h-- Full Album
The Moving Sidewalks (pre-zz top) - rare & unreleased (1966-68) Texas, electric blues/garage/be
The Moving Sidewalks - You Don't Know The Life - 1968 (Houston, Texas, U.S.A.)
Download SoundHound
The only App that can give you results through singing and humming search!
You can sing any song from this artist to help SoundHound users find it!