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Steel Mill - Green Eyed God [LP]
Fabled British prog-rock band Steel Mill was formed in Wandsworth, a working-class district of south London, during the late 1960s. After singer/keyboardist David Morris began working with saxophonist/flautist John Challenger, who had played with folk group The Garret Singers, the initial Mill line-up was completed once they were joined by former Roadrunners' Colin Short on drums, Derek Chandler on bass and Terry Williams on guitar. The nascent band rehearsed for about one year, before cutting demos in April 1970. Their pensive sound remained miles away from the British blues sound that dominated London then, though there was the occasional hardrock element beneath their pastoral prog. "Green Eyed God" remains an enticing slice of little-known prog, unjustly ignored at its time of creation.