Heavy Psychedelic all the way . "Farm" (1971) , an Excellent blend of Heavy Psych & Blues Rock, masterful performance from start to end, .. The heavy psych 'side' of this album is worth every second. "Sunshine In My Window" receives you with such an enthusiasms, man .. hooked ears... and regardless being relatively 'short' , the composition is quite solid, the album as a whole contains many great ideas that could be exploited individually in music writing of jams (albums) to come,.. Alas, only the eponymous exists so far. (By the way What's with the "The" redirection..) one more thing , Space/ Stoner Rock fans should not miss "Jungle Song". it's exotic!
The Farm, Tea Street Band, Natalie McCool and VEYU put on the People's Gig at Stanley Park, Liverpool from noon on Sunday September 8th. Details here: http://www.peterguy.merseyblogs.co.uk/2013/09/everisland-mugstar-and-the-far.html
Justy 2010 - you didn't see them in the Media Hyped 'Madchester' Scene because they weren't part of it !!
They were a major part of the Liverpool Indie scene - scouse & proud. They wern't part of the Madchester Baggy Hype - they were the original Lads Scally Band - playing to the Match Lads of Liverpool & even daring to venture to Leeds (bad idea) amongest other dumps.
Ahh the days - Royal Iris - Dale St Riots - Derby day madness (two fingers to Inchy - the blue dog).
Shame Hooto could never sing !!!!