Gone To My Head

THE HERD were a successful British teenybopper flower power group that was together from 1966 to 1969, at the height of the pop art mod movement in the UK, sometimes referred to as The Paisley Underground. The Herd were fronted by Peter Frampton until he split to form Humble Pie with Steve Marriott of The Small Faces. That left Andy Bown, the organ player, who continued to lead The Herd. He then formed Judas Jump, and later hooked up again with Peter in Frampton's Live band, and eventually joined Status Quo. Along the way, Andy Bown managed to release a few solo albums, debuting in 1972 with this LP, 'Gone To My Head'. Selections are: Pale Shadow (Of His Former Self); And If My Love Wants To Know; P.S. Get Lost;The Mourning Leaves; Open Your Eyee; Oh, James; Eventually; Etcetera, Etcetera; If It's All The Same To You; Please Remember Me; and the title track, Gone to my Head. Andy Bown- Vocals, acoustic guitar, organ, piano; Jimmy Horowitz- piano; Peter Frampton- electric & acoustic guitars; Chris Belshaw- bass guitar; and Micky Waller- drums. Background vocals: Caroline Attard, LESLIE DUNCAN, Liza & Kay. Produced by Jimmy Horowitz for Gaff-Masters Ltd. This is an ORIGINAL pressing on MERCURY RECORDS (625), with gatefold cover. Current available copies are near Mint vinyl with the jacket showing a few light stains not evident in the scan; Mint Condition; or Still Factory Sealed! Be the first to get the copy of your choice.