the Tapestry of Delights: Set out in Manchester in 1965 as a wild and raucous R&B outfit (originally called New Religion) who built up a good reputation on the club circuit. Knail's tendency to throw bottles at or assault their audience when dissatisfied with the level of appreciation they displayed eventually led him to being jailed. Both their albums are now rare and quite sought-after. The first one came in a gatefold sleeve and exhibited a strong Beefheart influence. Indeed it contained a cover of his Sure Nuff 'N Yes I Do alongside versions of Jethro Tull's Love Story and standards like Roadrunner and Susie Q. Bugger Off was withdrawn from sale in many record shops because of its title - obviously this hindered sales and it's the harder of their two albums to find. It included cover versions of The Kinks' You Really Got Me and Frank Zappa's Willie The Pimp, which were also put out on a 45, but these were just two among several cover versions. Bamham reformed the band in 1973 with new line-up which lasted until 1976, but no new vinyl resulted.
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