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National Head Band - 1971 - Albert One

A hard-rock/progressive outfit who formed in 1969 from the ashes of Liverpudlian band The Business, Albert 1, released in 1971, featured future Thin Lizzy, Caravan and Camel keyboard player Jan Schelhass, future Uriah Heep drummer Lee Kerslake, guitarist Neil Ford and bass guitarist David Paull (soon to join Jonesy). Produced by Yes and ELP engineer Eddie Offord. Initially known as The Business, Lee Kerslake had joined from Toe Fat. Their varied album, which was prouced by Eddie Offord, featured a laborious selection of introverted riffs and one song, Too Much..., which was very Beatle-ish. They split in November 1971. Jan Schelhaas was later in The Gary Moore Band and Caravan, whilst Lee Kerslake went on to Uriah Heep.

01 - Got No Time
02 - You
03 - Too Much Country Water
04 - Lead Me Back
05 - Listen To The Music
06 - Ilsington Farm
07 - Try To Reach You
08 - Brand New World
09 - Mister Jesus

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