In 1969, the members of British beat band Unicorn listened to the debut Crosby, Stills & Nash album and began transforming into a country-rock outfit. They began recording for the U.K. folk label Transatlantic, and a young producer was brought in (Hugh Murphy, who later produced Gerry Rafferty's "Baker Street" hit). This debut album from 1971 is a blend of country, folk and rock music -- simple and uncluttered, mellow and soothing. In many ways it recalls early Kris Kristofferson or Gordon Lightfoot with a blend of the Byrds and the Band. Soon after this album's release, the band was discovered by Pink Floyd's David Gilmour who began sitting in with the band and producing their demos. Unicorn's "Uphill All The Way" is a long lost, but very worthwhile British folk rock classic.