The band recorded two albums: Ahead Rings Out (1969) and Getting to This (1970). Both reached the lower half of the British top ten. On the first album they played a heavy blues-rock rooted in the British 1960s R’n’B scene from which sprang groups like the Yardbirds, Free, and eventually Led Zeppelin, but Blodwyn Pig had a different twist on the genre thanks to Lancaster’s sax being so prominent in the mix, which led them to more creative sixties underground jazz-influenced music on the second. The single “Summer Day” from Ahead Rings Out failed to chart.
Edited by Grosseteste on 5 Dec 2012, 17:28
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