Here (finally) are the 2 LPs I have of the seventies blues rock of Heads Hands and Feet. Tracks was released in 1972 on Capitol records (ST-11051), Old Soldiers Never Die was released on Atco records in 1973 (SD-7025). Both albums feature the same line up of Tony Colton on vocals, Ray Smith on guitar and bass, Albert (the Great) Lee on guitar, Pete Gavin on drums and Chas Hodges mainly on bass (also played most of the southern rock influences such as fiddle and banjo).
This is an album I highly recommend to all. It's newer progressive with heavy Rush overtones and has become one of my favorite albums over time. Give these guys a shot!
Last up today, is the tough to find hard rock gem "Too Wild To Tame" by the Boyzz. Produced by Sandy Pearlman, who did a bunch of Blue Oyster Cult LPs, it kinda has the same vibe as their early LPs (without the mystical lyrics). This was recorded from LP and side two especially has a few pops and cracks.