Lagger Blues Machine came from Belgium and was founded in 1970 by Christian Duponchell, organ, Jean- Luc Duponcheel, drums, Jose Cuisset, guitars and Michael Maes, bass. In 1971 the band joined the musicians Vincent Mottoulle, organs and Carmelo Pilotta, flute and saxophone. The band played very interesting progressive- rock and raised up soon to an important live- band at whole of Belgium. So they performed with great success at end of October 1970 at the pop- festival, Bruselles, together with Warhorse and Wishbone Ash. In 1972 their only album was recorded which was very well done and can be considered today as a very important album in prog- rock history of the seventies."