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This album has been a staple for me. (and all who may visit me), since the day it hit the record stores! Along with Mott (With Nigel Benjiman), and of course Mott The Hoople! Besides the raw Rock n' roll sound, they also have keys! I also recommend giving the band 'Widow Maker' a listen to, as it is a band put together by the one and only Aerial Bender. Of course there's the Man,(Ian Hunter), Free, and Bad Company. God, how many Great bands sprang from here!? If your reading this, you already know it's an awesome album...you didn't stumble onto it by mistake! I just say thank God that is available in this format... now PLEASE let's get more obscure stuff on this site! Might I suggest the Mott 'Shouting And Pointing' album, or perhaps the two 'Piper', (Billy Squier's First band) albums?? Hmmmm?? Thanks itunes!! Tracy

This Album Rocks

I did see these guys open for UFO & BOC and they rocked. If you liked the rock in the 70's, then you will like this!

British Lions

I've had this on vinyl for decades and was amazed to find it here. Not sure where the I-tunes review of this album came from but whoever wrote it seems to have missed the point of the 70s (but maybe they weren't there). If you enjoy highspeed, high energy, guitar rock - you'll love this - it ROCKS!!

Biography

Formed: Birmingham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

British Lions were in large part a continuation of Mott (the post-Ian Hunter version of Mott the Hoople), retaining keyboardist Morgan Fisher, lead guitarist Ray Major, bassist Overend Watts, and drummer Dale Griffin; ex-Medicine Head singer/guitarist John Fiddler was added on lead vocals. Just as Mott had been a devolution from Mott the Hoople, so did British Lions continue the dilution into journeyman British hard rock. The British Lions concentrated on the American market, feeling the UK scene...
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