Complete with sleeve notes from John Peel came Velvett Fogg with a blend of their own compositions, like Yellow Cave Woman, The Delicate Wizard Of Gobsolob and Once Among The Trees, the story of a chase with strong sexual overtones. Plastic Man, a comment on politicians, and Owed To The Dip, an organ-dominated instrumental; and their own interpretative cover versions of The Bee Gee's New York Mining Disaster 1941 and Tim Rose's Come Away Melinda. Worth a listen, but don't pay a lot for it.
Paul Eastment was later in Ghost. Organist Frank Wilson was a founding member of Warhorse.
01. Yellow cave woman 6:58 02. New York mining disaster 1941 2:57 03. Wizard of Gobsolod 2:58 04. Once among the trees 5:40 05. Lady Caroline 2:25 06. Come away Melinda 5:54 07. Owed to the dip 6:11 08. Within' the night 4:47 09. Plastic man 4:47 bonus: 10. Telstar '69 2:46
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