Blodwyn Pig were formed by Jethro Tull''s original guitar player Mick Abrams immediately following Tull''s initial release, "This Was". Abrahams split, but the group he formed was no mere spin-off. Blodwyn Pig was every bit the equal of Jethro Tull. Abrahams was and is a first-rate blues guitarist. His electric guitar stylings are instantly recognizable, and he is also a master of acoustic finger style blues guitar. Sax and flute man Jack Lancaster shared Ian Anderson''s fondness for imitating jazzman Roland Kirk. Lancaster even replicated Kirk''s trick of playing two horns at the same time.