GROUNDHOGS: ‘Solid’ – is it worth the money?

"On the surface, the Groundhogs could easily have become one of the dozens of British "blooze and boogie" bands that cropped up in the late '60s and early '70s in the manner of Savoy Brown or Foghat, but Tony (T.S.) McPhee's ideas and ambitions were just eccentric enough to push the band into directions too challenging for most mainstream listeners, and as with much of their catalog it's McPhee's sense of invention that makes 1974's Solid memorable"

It's worth the £1.75 + postage we paid. So no it isn't off to this charity shop  – our local favourite.

Shall we review it? No point as this review says it better than we can. We agree with their observations.

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