BJH - yes, arguably a bit slow and boring, but some nice tunes! Called 'The poor man's Moody Blues' - maybe 'the poor man's Supertramp' would've been closer to the mark? They have a somewhat melencholy bent, that i guess i err towards.... I really like some of the stuff off the first four albums (when they were repackaged as a three album Best Of series in the late 70s - bought cheap in Woolies) - 'Song for Dying', 'Someone There You Know', 'After The Day' - and I can't understand why their track 'The Joker' wasn't a hit (back in '73). Les Pritchard and 'Woolly' Woolstenholm both dead, the latter through depression / suicide; the other two are now involved with two separate versions of BJH! I think the rifts within the band occurred in the 80s - related to gayness and religion (but I may be totally talking through my arse!) - pity. I guess thay lacked the charisma, the star quality - they were more of a working-man's band (albeit, above many others).