Wally (Wally album)

While the band fitted broadly into the Progressive rock category, there was more than a hint of country / rock about the album, especially with Paul Middleton's steel guitar. The album isn't all that bad, just somewhat forgettable with a regrettable lack of energy. Wally, produced by Bob Harris and Rick Wakeman didn't exactly inspire much confidence in the record buying public.

Track listing


  1. "The Martyr"
  2. "I Just Wanna Be A Cowboy"
  3. "What To Do"


  1. "Sunday Walking Lady"
  2. "To The Urban Man"
  3. "Your Own Way"


  • Pete Cosker (electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, bass guitar)
  • Paul Gerrett (fender rhodes, harmonium, grand piano, harpischord, mellotron, hammond organ, vocals)
  • Paul Middleton (steel guitar, bass guitar)
  • Roger Narraway (percussion)
  • Pete Sage (electric violin, bass guitar, mandolin)
  • Roy Webber (lead vocals, acoustic guitar)

Production credits

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