The little-known Scottish band Light of Darkness contains Mike Reoch (bass, flute, piano, harmonica), Byron Offer (guitars, fiddle), John Latimer (vocals, piano, organ, percussion), and German drummer Manfred Bebert. These were located in Hamburg, Germany, and their just record premiered with the German label Phillips in 1970. This self-titled debut record is within a kind-of intensifying blues-rock design, highlighted by Latimer’s unusual voice and a lively cover of Tony Joe White’s “Spirit Francisco.” Nevertheless, critics in those days dismissed the record to be directionless; the record-buying community disregarded the LP and following a handful of concerts, Light of Darkness disbanded. Today, their just recording has turned into a minimal cult classic along with a collector’s item. However, the bandmembers vanished and never documented once again. Before Light of Darkness, both Reoch and Offer had been within a music group known as Mike Reoch as well as the Tremors (as well as Dennis Morrison and Don Stuart), and released an record known as “Internationale Evergreens” on Top notch Particular in the 1960s.