Glencoe were a short-lived UK outfit who's line-up included ex-Greatest Show on Earth bassist and vocalist Norman Watt-Roy. The band also featured ex-member of UK outfit Forever More, Stewart Francis, on drums, ex Bell and Arc guitarist/vocalist John Turnbull, together with keyboard player Graham Maitland (who played keyboards on Wishbone Ash's "Wishbone Four" album).They were formed in 1971 and folded in 1974, having released two albums, "Glencoe", from which the featured track was taken in 1972, and "The Spirit Of Glencoe" in 1973. The group then evolved into Loving Awareness, which in turn became The Blockheads, backing group to Ian Dury.
Stewart Francis Drums Norman Watt - Roy Bass - Vocals, Mike Ross - Engineer, Kofi Ayivor - Percussion, John Turnbull - Guitar Vocals, Graham Maitland - Keyboards Vocals, Glencoe - Main Performer, Gerald Johnson - Bass, Ben Sidran - Keyboards, Produced 1973.
Please note small pin-hole on end label.
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