Mammal was an underground, experimental rock group of the early 1970s. The group was predominantly a live act and left few recordings. They toured the country in a psychedelically painted van and mainly played on university campuses, before an audience of students open to their combination of acid rock and soul. This is Mammal on stage in 1973 – from left, Tony Backhouse, Julie Needham, Kerry Jacobson, Robert Taylor and Rick Bryant.
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Private collection, Rick Bryant collection
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