Week of May 4, 2003
Ken Baker - guitar, vocals, keyboards
Pat Martin - bass, vocals, mandolin
Trevor Mee - guitar, vocals, flute
Peter Perrier - drums, vocals
Kevin Smith - guitar
Chris Pidgeon - keyboards
Howie Casey - sax
Billy Livsey - keyboards
Uphill All The Way (Transatlantic TRA 238) 1971
Blue Pine Trees (Charisma CAS 1092) 1974
Too Many Crooks (Harvest SHSP 4054) 1976
One More Tomorrow (Harvest ) 1977
Going Home/Another World (Hollick and Taylor HT 1258) 196?
P.F. Sloan/Going Back Home (Big T BIG 138) 1971
Cosmic Kid/All We Really Want To Do (Big T BIG 509) 1973
Ooh! Mother/Boguitarotter (Charisma CB 321) 1974
I'll Believe In You/Take It Easy (Charisma CD 255) 1975
Disco Dancer/Easy (Harvest HAR 5105) 1976
Previously known as The Late, this was a pleasant country/folk band, who gradually became rockier. The
'Going Home' 45 was a private pressing. The first Big T 45, 'P.F.
Sloan', was a tribute to the American songwriter and, like flip side, is excellent. Dave Gilmour (of
Pink Floyd) played on some of their albums and produced some of their material.
Ferrier later went on to Co-Co and Smith later played in Thumbs.
(Mike Warth/Jim McMaster)
Taken from The Tapestry of Delights
- The Comprehensive Guide to British Music of the Beat, R&B, Psychedelic and
Progressive Eras 1963-1976, Vernon Joynson
ISBN 1 899855 04 1
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