Pete Brown And Piblokto – Can't Get Off The Planet. Label: Harvest – HAR 5023. A. Can't Get Off The Planet. Arranged By – Jim Mullen Written-By – Brown, Ball.
Pete Brown - High Flying Electric Bird 1970. Save the Country by the Fifth Dimension. Pete Brown & Piblokto! - Golden Country Kingdom. Blood, Sweat & Tears "Hi-De-Ho".
Pete Brown & Piblokto – Can t Get Off The Planet (bonus). Pete Brown & Piblokto – Station Song. Pete Brown & Piblokto – Then I Must Go And Can I Keep (US 1969). Pete Brown & Piblokto – Golden Country Kingdom.
My Last Band Pete Brown & Piblokto! 5:05. Things May Come And Things May Go, But The Art School Dance Goes On For Ever Pete Brown & Piblokto! 5:06. Walk For Charity, Run For Money Pete Brown & Piblokto!
Thousands On A Raft is the second album by Pete Brown and Piblokto!, released in 1970 on Harvest Records. The album was the second one on which Brown and guitarist Jim Mullen collaborated. The album was the first to be released in the US in January 1972 on Blue Horizon. The album cover shows a model of the Titanic and Concorde sinking into water alongside beans on toast. All tracks written by Pete Brown and Jim Mullen, except where indicated. Pete Brown – vocals, talking drum, conga.
Peter "Pete" Ronald Brown (25 December 1940) is an English performance poet, lyricist and singer. Best known for his collaborations with Cream and Jack Bruce, Brown also formed the bands Pete Brown & His Battered Ornaments and Pete Brown & Piblokto!, and worked with Graham Bond and Phil Ryan. Brown also writes film scripts and formed a film production company. Piblokto!' was formed after Brown's dismissal from the Battered Ornaments, and was active between 1969 and 1971. The original Piblokto! members were; Brown on vocals, Lauri. Bunn was replaced by Steve Glover for their second single, "Can't Get Off The Planet"/"Broken Magic" and the LP, Thousands on a Raft (1970). Mullen, Thompson and Tait left, so Brown and Glover were joined by Phil Ryan on keyboards, John 'Pugwash' Weathers on drums (both formerly from The Eyes of Blue) and Brian Breeze on guitar.