Wild Things / Turns You on [Import]
Twofer of their 1st & 2nd albums. Fancy were something of a seventies phenomenon. The band were a bunch of session musicians, who seizing the main chance had a surprise US hit single in 1974 with a version of the classic "Wild Thing". Originally fronted by Penthouse Pet Helen Caunt (who according to producer Mike Hurst breathed rather than sang the words) the band featured seasoned sessioners Ray Fenwick and Mo Foster. The follow-up single with new vocalist Annie Kavanagh and drummer Les Binks, "Touch Me" also went Top 20 in the States. Ray Fenwick continued as an in-demand session player alongside a parallel career in the Ian Gillan Band and his project Forcefield. Mo Foster who has written a history of British guitar, returned to sessions with artists such as Jeff Beck and Cliff Richard.