Starry Eyed And Laughing
RockfieldRockfield was the first residential studio in the world, probably most famous for being the primary location used by Queen for the recording of 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
Starry Eyed And Laughing with Dan Loggins at Rockfield
    Starry Eyed And Laughing with Dan Loggins
After laying down the basic tracks and all the vocals, the band undertook a short tour with Kevin Coyne before returning to London for a concert at the Roundhouse.
In May '75, overdubs were recorded at SARM, and the album - 'Thought Talk' - was mixed at Trident in Soho.
Thought Talk Front Cover Columbia USA hadn't released the 1st album (it was only available on import), but now scheduled 'Thought Talk' - again produced by Dan Loggins - for release in September, and proposed a massive 110 date US Tour - as part of a project they called 'New Faces of '75'.

'Good Love' was released as lead-off UK single in August, as the band played to packed houses at The Nashville in London (supported by Last Exit featuring Sting) and Friars in Aylesbury, then one last English show at the Roundhouse on the 31st, before flying off to the New World.