Record company promo shot circa '70
Mick left Blodwyn Pig around Sept. '70 and was replaced by two guitarists (what a compliment!): Pete Banks from Yes and Barry Reynolds from Pacific Drift (a band Jack Lancaster is a former member of).
But the classic Pig lineup was without doubt:
Mick Abrahams: guitar, vocals/Jack Lancaster: saxes/Andy Pyle: bass/Ron Berg: drums.
B-Side: Pushing twelvebar. Feels partly like "The Stumble" with vocals.
The Pig is attacking heavily and sax and guitar compete for space. Both
win. Good single, this.
A tough sounding band with a very diverse song list: Gentle acoustic
pickings and mellow flutes contrasting with wild and (sometimes) messy
numbers sounding as a cross between Cream, Colosseum - and latter day Beatles.
A penchant for synchronized riffs and clever tempo changes. In my opinion
lacking in profile - but never boring!
The Blodwyn Pig Fan Page
The Musicians' Olympus: excellent page on the career of Andy Pyle!