from the UK, recorded from 1967-1970, then became the band Fairfield Parlour. Members included Peter Daltrey who continues to have a successful solo music career (14 albums). Not related to Roger Daltrey according to his bio.
From London, UK, originally an acetate demo on “EMIdisc” from 1968. One of the band members was David Daltrey -no idea if Peter & David are related, but David is not related to Roger Daltrey according to any info I could find.
from San Jose, CA, most of the members were in high school. They won a national Vox Battle of the bands contest - most likely how this, their only album, was recorded. A different version of this song appears on the soundtrack to the movie Cycle Savages (released on American Intl in 1970, with tracks from the Boston Tea Party & Orphan Egg). The movie is called a “notorious Biker movie”, the plot description: “the unsavory exploits of a Los Angeles Biker gang that sells women to a Las Vegas Prostitution ring”.
From London UK. Founding members were brothers - Paul & Adrain Gurvitz. After 2 LPs as Gun, they went on to went on to form Three Man Army. Later on they teamed up with Cream drummer Ginger Baker to form the Baker Gurvitz Army. Adrian Gurvitz also wrote many hit songs for a variety of artists.
from Los Angeles, Ca -this was their only album. It was never marketed, the band broke up & members never joined other groups. It was just reissued by Out-sider Records this year (previously was resissued by Gear Fab in 1998).
The band was from Long island, NY, the album was recorded in a studio in NYC in 1972, but never released. Later on a label called Tiger Lilly somehow got the recording & released an unauthorized version without the band’s knowledge or approval. Eventually this approved reissue was released.
Band from Duncan, BC, Canada, The band's only album, it was recorded in 1972, but wasshelved for 2 years until Columbia Records released it in 1974.It has been reissued on Lion Productions twice (2006 & 2014). A Ptarmigan is a type of bird native to the tundra or arctic regions.