180g Audiophile Vinyl!
Only Album Ever Released By Underrated '70s Rock Band!
Pluto, although not necessarily one of those bands who spring immediately to
mind as having been a seminal influence on the weaving of rock music's tapestry,
remain an excellent, if little-known and much underrated band.
The band's only album Pluto (originally released in 1971) has, during the latter half of the '90s, become a much
sought-after item in the ever-expanding underground/progressive sector of the
record collectors' market. Conceived initially by guitarist Paul Gardner and
taking their name from the Disney cartoon character, they were formed in North
London in 1970. The key members were Gardner and Alan Warner, two highly
experienced campaigners from widely disparate musical backgrounds.
The album is a nice mix of hard rock, progressive rock and blues rock elements.
The song writing is pretty solid and there are no fillers included. This lone
Pluto LP is easy to recommend for those who like the early '70s hard rock bands.
• 180 gram Audiophile Vinyl
Alan Warner, lead guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals
Derek Jarvis, drums, vocals
Michael Worth, bass guitar
Paul Gardner, lead guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals
John MacLeod, piano
2. And My Old Rocking Horse
3. Down And Out
4. She's Innocent
5. Road To Glory
1. Stealing My Thunder
2. Beauty Queen
3. Mister Westwood
4. Rag A Bone Joe
5. Bare Lady