379) Hard Meat — “On the Road”
Hard Meat hailed from Birmingham, and “were basically a hippie outfit who played a brand of progressive rock”. (Vernon Joynson, Tapestry of Delights Revisited). “On the Road” is from the second of their two ‘70 LPs. The song has an irresistible groove. The band, however, had an unfortunate name. Allegedly, “hard meat” means corn and hay fodder for animals. Yeah, well, I’ll leave it at that.
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