Managed by Giorgio Gomelsky and initially a hard working R&B band, Blossom Toes 1967 tongue-in-cheek pop-psych classic "We Are Ever So Clean" is highly regarded in collector circles and by critics. Live they were influenced by Beefheart and early Mothers. Mick Taylor appears with Godding on the Blossoms off-shoot BB Blunder "Workers Playtime". Godding became an esteemed jazz fusion player. Talented, funny and a nice guy. His musical recollections on his website are a hoot.