Peter Hope Evans and John Fiddler formed Medicine Head in At the end of , Peter left for about nine months and John continued the band with John Davis on drums and Keith Relf on bass guitar. They left when Peter returned in the summer of and the band once again became a duo.
The second Medicine Head single after Peter Hope-Evans's departure was a quiet, reflective, tuneful one, reflecting the spiritual side of the band. The 'B' side was more up-tempo, but, lacking that trademark jews-harp / harmonica, it wasn't anything like as distinctive as the old Medicine Head had been.
The track "Only To Do What Is True" appeared on the compilation, There Is Some Fun Going Forward. Medicine Head signed for Polydor Records, and Hope-Evans returned for the album One & One Is One, produced by Tony Ashton and recorded with various session whisperseekershagrelmalamuro.infoinfo: Blues rock.