Tommy Flanders is most beneficial known as the initial lead singer from the Blues Task, appearing on the first one and their 1966 debut album, Live on the Cafe Au-Go-Go. By enough time that record arrived in March 1966, nevertheless, he’d still left the band, in support of four tracks in the LP highlighted him on vocals, while some outtakes and alternative versions in the recording periods surfaced in the Blues Task Anthology compilation. Flanders was after that agreed upon to the Blues Project’s label, Verve, being a single artist, and released three obscure singles on Verve or its mother or father label, MGM, between 1967 and 1970. In 1969, he also released an similarly obscure single record, The Moonstone, which as opposed to his early Blues Task function spotlighted his very own compositions, that have been in an exceedingly mellow folk-rock and vocalist/songwriter design. Flanders later on rejoined the Blues Task when the music group briefly reunited with modified staff for the 1972 recording Blues Task.