Warhorse were a band formed by former Deep Purple bassist Nick Simper. He had left Deep Purple in 1969 and joined Marsha Hunt's backup band. Not long after, Simper replaced her backing band with Ged Peck on guitar and Mac Poole on drums. While this was going on, Simper would play in an extracurricular band along with Peck, Poole and singer Ashley Holt. When Hunt became pregnant, the band stopped touring and Simper and Peck re-organized the group as Warhorse. Holt became the band's singer, and they recruited keyboardist Rick Wakeman who proved unreliable. When their first demo was recorded in April 1970, Wakeman was replaced by Frank Wilson.
01 - Red Sea 02 - Back In Time 03 - Confident But Wrong 04 - Feeling Better 05 - Sybilla 06 - Mouthpiece 07 - I (Who Have Nothing) 08 - Ritual (Live) 09 - Bad Time (Demo) 10 - She Was My Friend (Demo) 11 - Gypsy Dancer (Demo) 12 - House Of The Dolls (Demo) 13 - Standing Right Behind You (Demo)