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.
- "The Martyr"
- "I Just Wanna Be A Cowboy"
- "What To Do"
- "Sunday Walking Lady"
- "To The Urban Man"
- "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)