Demon Fuzz were some way down the bill at the star-studded Hollywood Festival in Newcastle-Under-Lyme in 1970, alongside Free, Black Sabbath, The Grateful Dead, Family, José Feliciano and Lord Sutch And Heavy Friends (Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck et al).
They released their only album, Afreaka! (a mix of psychedelic soul, dub-heavy funk, progressive rock, Afro-jazz and black acid rock) later in 1970 on the Dawn label (Pyes’ prog-rock subsidiary).
Shortly thereafter, singer Smokey Adams and the rest of the band moved on to pastures new.
W. (Winston) Raphael Joseph
Sleepy Jack Joseph
Saxophone, flute, vibes, congas