From SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA, Lamb was formed like a folk-based duo by Barbara Mauritz (vocals) and Bob Swanson (vocals/guitar). Expenses Graham signed these to his Fillmore label whereby 1970 that they had progressed into a rock and roll act with the help of Tag Springer (acoustic guitar), Tom Salisbury (keyboards), David Hayes (bass) and Rick Schlosser (drums). Right now handled by Graham, the sextet had been heavily promoted round the Bay Region, securing a slot machine within the shutting bills in the Fillmore Western and on the resultant film and soundtrack recording. Nevertheless, although Mauritz’s vocals had been strong, the materials performed was unexceptional. Mauritz after that experienced an unsuccessful single profession while Hayes and Schlosser became a member of Van Morrison’s music group. Schlosser then used Boz Scaggs’ music group, playing once more with Tom Salisbury.