A jazzy/bluesy progressive outfit. They utilised horns but it's some of the guitar leads which catch the ear. Roger Harrison guested on drums on the opening cut, Who Can I Trust? and their cover of Traffic's Coloured Rain. Most of the material was written by bassist Steve Hawthorn. Aside from Who Can I Trust?, his better numbers include Why, which is quite mellow with lots of flute, the jazzy Turning, which starts with a spoken monologue from Hawthorn and the final track Tomorrow Never Comes. The album's front cover designed by David Ansley features his drawing of a walrus.
This act should not be confused with the US Walrus, who issued an album in the US on Janus. The American band, from LA, had a strong gospel influence. Their drummer, however, was English: Warren 'Bugs' Pemberton, who was also with Lomax Alliance, Jackie Lomax and The Undertakers.
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