A quirky detour of later-’60s Uk progressive/blues rock and roll, Blodwyn Pig was founded by former Jethro Tull guitarist Mick Abrahams, who still left Tull following the THIS IS album. Abrahams was became a member of by bassist Andy Pyle, drummer Ron Berg, and Jack port Lancaster, who provided the clothing their most distinct colorings via his saxophone and flute. On the two albums, they explored a jazz/blues/intensifying style somewhat within the mildew of (unsurprisingly) Jethro Tull, but with a lighter experience. In addition they bore some commonalities to John Mayall’s jazzy past due-’60s versions from the Bluesbreakers, or simply Colosseum, but with an increase of eclectic materials. Both of their LPs produced the British TOP, although players’ instrumental abilities had been handicapped by slim vocals and erratic (though oft-imaginative) materials. The group had been effectively completed by Abrahams’ departure after 1970’s Addressing This. They briefly reunited within the middle-’70s, and Abrahams was section of an alternative lineup that reformed in the past due ’80s; they will have since released several albums within the 1990s.
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