Formerly Pete Brown and his Battered Ornaments. The other guys vocals are not great but its the music that stands out. Very complex but never less than absorbing. Most of the writing credits go to guitarist Chris Spedding and his work is up to his usual impeccable standards. He has so many styles at his finger tips. Other featured soloist is George Nisar Ahmed Khan. Probably not a lot of people bought this in 1970 and probably not a lot of people will buy it now. Its very, very good though and deserves to be re-visited by anyone who takes their music seriously and does not follow commercial pap.