By the end of 1969, Cliff Bennett had seemingly go out his string like a British Invasion-era star. Looking for a new audio and picture, he installed with keyboard participant/vocalist Ken Hensley, bassist John Glascock, and drummer Lee Kerslake, most of whom got previously used a group known as the Gods (who later on became known for having Greg Lake, in his pre-King Crimson times, as an associate). For unfamiliar factors, they christened themselves Feet Fat and got authorized to Parlophone and to Regal Zonophone in Britain, making use of their albums showing up in America over the Rare Globe label. Their mixture of blues and intensifying rock wasn’t probably the most industrial of sounds regardless, as well as the grotesque cover artwork over the group’s two LPs appeared to repel potential buyers. By 1970, Hensley acquired left to attach with David Byron and Mick Container in what would become Uriah Heep, and Kerslake implemented his lead away from Toe Body fat. Brian Glascock emerged in on drums and Alan Kendall became a member of on guitar for just one U.S. tour, however the group finally split in 1972. Kerslake eventually re-teamed with Hensley and joined up with Uriah Heep, while John Glascock afterwards joined up with Jethro Tull and Alan Kendall joined up with the Bee Gees, originally being a program guitarist and afterwards being a long lasting bandmember, where he continued to be before early ’80s. Bottom Fat’s two LPs had been reissued about the same CD within the mid-’90s with the Beat CONTINUES ON label.