Poet & The One-Man Band

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Poet & the One Man Band are known more for the groups some of the members joined later than for the obscure self-titled LP issued under the Poet & the One Man Band name in the late '60s. Jerry Donahue…
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Poet & the One Man Band are known more for the groups some of the members joined later than for the obscure self-titled LP issued under the Poet & the One Man Band name in the late '60s. Jerry Donahue and Pat Donaldson would soon move on to Fotheringay, the British folk-rock group fronted by Sandy Denny, and play on their sole album; guitarist Albert Lee, Tony Colton, Ray Smith, and Pete Gavin would form Heads, Hands & Feet. Poet & the One Man Band is a fairly average psychedelic-era album with some slight resemblance to the late-period Zombies, though there's some typical, and unmemorable, songs in a more straightforward, harder-rocking late-'60s British style.