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More Definitions for wizard. The subsequent heavy working schedule and strain led to health problems, and several cancelled or postponed live dates on a spring tour of the UK.
Release was delayed for several weeks until the end of March, so the words 'Sorry, the word 'Spring' wouldn't fit.
Unusually for the time, this and the B-side, "Dream of Unwin", were both recorded and released in mono.
The song was dedicated to Wood's girlfriend of the time Lynsey de Paul , who repaid the honour by recording a Wizzard flavoured song " Ooh I Do " a few months later.
A tour of the US later that year failed to bring them any commercial success there, but after meeting Brian Wilson some members guested on a Beach Boys session, which resulted in the eventual release of the latter group's single "It's OK" in Wizzard was an expensive band to maintain, both because of the large line-up, in terms of recording costs, and Bill Hunt's propensity to smash the pianos of the venues they were playing at.
According to Price in a radio interview, " At one gig they said, 'Oh, go on, smash it up; it's only worth a fiver. Price again: "When we finished recording 'Angel Fingers' it was rumoured that we had spent more time in the studio than Paul McCartney had with the whole of the Band on the Run album.
A couple of tours in the UK and one tour of the US were not enough to ensure regular wages for the band. One by one the band members found other, more lucrative, things to occupy their time.
By autumn they had split, leaving a farewell single, "Rattlesnake Roll", which failed to chart , and a third album, Main Street , which their record label did not release as they deemed it insufficiently commercial.
Wizzard had initially intended their second album to be a double , with one disc a set of rock and roll pastiches and the other disc jazz-rock.
Following the band's split in , Wood and Price formed the short-lived Wizzo Band ,  after which Wood reverted to a solo career in addition to producing records for other acts, notably a Top 10 cover version of " Duke of Earl " for British doo-wop revivalists Darts.
On 13 November , saxophonist Mike Burney died, aged 76, after a long battle with cancer. Hugh McDowell died on 6 November following a long illness, at the age of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the s rock and roll band. For the Discworld wizard known as a "Wizzard", see Rincewind. For other uses, see Wizard disambiguation.
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