Guitarist Phil Miller is definitely a fixture in Uk progressive music. In 1971, he helped set up the music group Matching Mole with drummer/vocalist Robert Wyatt of Soft Machine. Matching Mole split up after liberating two LPs, Matching Mole and Small Crimson Record. Miller after that formed Hatfield as well as the North with Dave Stewart, Richard Sinclair (Caravan), and Pip Pyle (Gong). Hatfield documented two LPs for Virgin within the middle-’70s: Hatfield as well as the North as well as the Rotters’ Golf club. Hatfield developed into National Wellness, which documented National Wellness, Of Queues and Remedies, and D.S. Al Coda. All three LPs had been reissued by East Part Digital on the two-CD arranged, Complete, as well as the 1st two discs are also subsequently re-released, making use of their songs intermixed, on another two-disc arranged, Dreams Wide Awake (Atom Music). East Part Digital also released another National Health Compact disc entitled Missing Items, as well as the Cuneiform label released a live arranged, entitled Playtime, by way of a later incarnation from the music group offering Miller, drummer Pyle, keyboardist Alan Gowen, and bassist John Greaves. Because the separation of National Wellness, Miller spent some time working on solo tasks and along with his music group, In Cahoots. He offers released three single attempts on Cuneiform (Trimming Both Methods, Digging In, and everything That), and a amount of CDs by himself Crescent Discs label.