Leaf Hound

Leaf Hound - discography, line-up, biography, interviews, photosLeaf Hound are an English hard rock band that formed in 1970 out of the heavy blues rock band Black Cat Bones. Their 1971 debut album Growers of Mushroom is cited as a mixture of heavy metal, hard rock, psychedelic rock and stoner rock, and influenced those genres. They are often cited as pioneers of heavy metal, hard rock, psychedelic rock and stoner rock. They disbanded not long after recording the album. Vocalist Peter French reformed the band with a new lineup in 2004 and they released a studio album in 2007 and a live album in 2014. Leaf Hound was established from a reformed lineup of blues rock band Black Cat Bones, who had released their only album, Barbed Wire Sandwich, in February 1970. The British blues boom was fading by 1970 and the album had not sold well. Their vocalist left shortly after the release, and was replaced by Peter French. Guitarist Rod Price departed soon after to join Foghat, and French added his cousin Mick Halls on guitar. See for more.

One Hundred And Five Degrees

Nickels And Dimes

The Man with the Moon in Him (Live)

Work My Body


Drowned My Life In Fear

Stop, Look And Listen


Freelance Fiend (Live)

Growers of Mushroom 1971 Full Album

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