formed January 1, 1968 - January 1, 1970 (age 2)
A quirky detour of late-'60s British progressive/blues rock, Blodwyn Pig was founded by former Jethro Tull guitarist Mick Abrahams, who left Tull after the This Was album. Abrahams was joined by bassist Andy Pyle, drummer Ron Berg, and Jack Lancaster, who gave the outfit their most distinctive colorings via his saxophone and flute. On their two albums, they explored a jazz/blues/progressive style somewhat in the mold of (unsurprisingly) Jethro Tull, but with a lighter feel. They also bore some similarities to John Mayall's jazzy late-'60s versions of the Bluesbreakers, or perhaps Colosseum, but with more eclectic material. Both of their LPs made the British Top Ten, though the players' instrumental skills were handicapped by thin vocals and erratic (though oft-imaginative) material. The group were effectively finished by Abrahams' departure after 1970's Getting to This. They briefly reunited in the mid-'70s, and Abrahams was part of a different lineup that reformed in the late '80s; they have since issued a couple of albums in the 1990s. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi
Blodwyn Pig - Same old Story 1970
Blodwyn Pig – Getting To This 1970 (full album)
Dear Jill (2006 Remaster)
Blodwyn Pig "Dear Jill"
Blodwyn Pig - See My Way - Live 1970 (Remastered)
See My Way (2006 Remaster)
Blodwyn Pig See My Way live at the Beat Club 1970
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