One of my favorite bands, that started in the late '60s, but was more known in the U.S in the early '70s...was Spooky Tooth. They were one of those British bands that you used to hear on late night FM radio...& go "Who are those guys"? They never reached Superstar status...but man, did they have some great songs & musicianship! Here's a link to check out their albums, with sound clips: http://www.amazon.com/gp/music/artist/Spooky_Tooth/B000ARC5CO/103-4461091-1655036 Greg Ridley played bass, before joining Humble Pie. Luther Grosvenor ruled on guitar, before changing his name to Aerial Bender & joining Mott the Hoople. American Gary Wright sang & played Hammond B3, before becoming the synthesizer Dreamweaver. Mick Jones later took over on guitar, until he formed Foreigner. Chris Stainton played organ & Henry McCullogh played guitar & Alan Spenner played bass, in between playing in Joe Cocker's Grease Band. Blues Wailer Mike Harrison was the long time primary vocalist. I loved songs like "Waiting for the Wind" & "Better By You, Better than Me" & "The Wrong Time" & "Evil Woman" & their crushing remake of "I Am the Walrus". Then...they were gone, by the mid '70s. Does anybody else have some love, or opinions, re Spooky Tooth?