Much feted in their day, doyens of the mid-70's pub-rock scene, Bearded Lady never quite achieved the acclaim that they deserved. Their sole release at the time was the single "Rock Star", which despite excellent reviews, never quite gave them their breakthrough.
Formed in 1973 in the USA, this 5 piece band skillfully melded a range of musical influences, most notably rock with (as might be surmised from their name) flamenco roots. They made three highly regarded albums, "Fandangos in Space", "Dancing On A Cold Wind" and "The Gypsies", all of which are available for licensing.
An improbable combination of British Rhythm and Blues, US Funk and a good dollop of Eagles style country music, Snafu shone brightly but briefly in the early 1970's. A great showcase for Micky Moody's fabulous guitar playing.