The Warmth And Magic That Make The Medicine Go Down
Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 24 July 1971
"WE ARE NOT," said Medicine Head's John Fiddler, caught betwixt a meal of rich dark chunks of bread and butter and mellow yellow hunks of English cheese washed down with an orange drink in a cool tall room above a London square, "we are not musically complicated people. It's just a simple, honest thing we're doing."
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