Skip Bifferty

Skip Bifferty was an English pop-psych band from Newcastle that released three singles on RCA, culminating with a popular 1968 self-titled album. They moonlighted as Heavy Jelly for the 1969 Island single “I Keep Singing That Same Old Song,” a record-breaker for longest a-side. Select members also recorded with Every Which Way, ARC, and Glencoe. […]

Snafu

Snafu was an English rustic funk-rock band from London that released two 1973–74 albums on WWA and a 1975 third on Capitol. Frontman Bobby Harrison played in the initial Procol Harum lineup that recorded their 1967 hit “A Whiter Shade of Pale.” As Snafu folded, he went solo with Funkist. Other players in Snafu’s ranks […]

Ginger Baker’s Air Force

Ginger Baker’s Air Force was an English jam-rock big band, formed by drummer Ginger Baker after serving in the Graham Bond Organization and the supergroups Cream and Blind Faith. Air Force released two albums in 1970 on Atco and Polydor. The first, Ginger Baker’s Air Force, is a live double-album with Steve Winwood and Ric […]