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Toe Fat - 1971 - Toe Fat Two

Formed in June 1969 out of The Cliff Bennett Band, this outfit played progressive hard rock. Vocalist Cliff Bennett came from Yiewsley, Middlesex and had previously achieved fame with Cliff Bennett and The Rebel Rousers. John Glasscock, Lee Kerslake and Ken Hensley had earlier been in Gods and Hensley had also previously played in The Cliff Bennett Band. The band were signed by Tamla Motown subsidiary Rare Earth in the US, but Hensley departed in November 1969 to join Uriah Heep. Lee Kerslake also left at the same time to join The National Head Band. They were replaced by Alan Kendall (ex-Glass Menagerie) and Brian Glassock (ex-Gods). John Peel produced their two albums and the band toured the US a couple of times but it never quite happened for them. The band split, shortly before or shortly after the release of their second album, with members of Killing Floor backing Cliff Bennett for a short lived third incarnation. His next port of call was Rebellion. Alan Kendall was later in The Bee Gees' backing band and John Glassock went on to Chicken Shack and was eventually in a Jethro Tull line-up. His brother, Brian joined Trouble and then a US act Motels. Their albums now attract some interest from collectors.

01 - Stick Heat
02 - Indian Summer
03 - Idol
04 - Ther'll Be Changes
05 - A New Way
06 - Since You've Been Gone
07 - Three Time Looser
08 - Midnight Sun

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