The Dog That Bit People - Dog That Bit People (The)

The Dog That Bit People
Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release the classic
album by Birmingham outfit The Dog That Bit People. Issued by Parlophone
in 1971, it was the only album by the group that had evolved from the
ashes of legendary band Locomotive by Bass player Mick Hincks and
drummer Bob Lamb. Joined by keyboard player Keith Millar and guitarist
John Caswell, the group recorded this album for EMI Records in 1970.
Our Price: £10.95
Code: ECLEC2229
Weight: 200
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