|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Fools Meeting 13||audio||iTunes||1999||Cuneiform Records|
|2||Fools Meeting 8||audio||iTunes||1970||Philips|
|3||Fools Meeting 8||audio||iTunes||1970||B & C Records|
|4||Fools Meeting 14||audio||iTunes||1999||Cuneiform Records|
|5||Fools Meeting 14||audio||iTunes||2004-01-23||Arcàngelo|
|6||Fools Meeting 8||audio||iTunes||Tapestry Records|
Originally named Brunos Blues Band, this was the first band to feature [a300123] on guitar and [a277014] on drums, along with Phil's brother [a239943] on keyboards and vocals, [a60742] on saxophone and [a253701] on bass (replacing founding member [a1031305]). In 1969, after two years gigging around London, they teamed up with singer [a468717], and the following year recorded the album [i]Fools Meeting[/i]. In January 1971, Pip Pyle left and was replaced by [a266837]. Delivery broke up soon after and metamorphosed into DC & The MB's (Dyble-Coxhill & The Miller Brothers), with [a414616] (ex-Fairport Convention) on vocals, a largely improvisational line-up which toured Holland in May 1971. In August 1972, Steve Miller resurrected Delivery with a line-up of himself, his brother Phil, Pip Pyle and [a266835] on bass, which resulted in a couple of tracks on the Coxhill-Miller album released the following year. When the latter three musicians went on to form [a293746], yet another (final) version of Delivery was assembled by Steve Miller, this time with the returning Lol Coxhill, Roy Babbington and Laurie Allan, but Babbington then joined [a152680] and Miller and Coxhill carried on as a duo, with occasional participation from Allan. Delivery was resurrected for a one-off gig at London's Vortex jazz bar on June 29th, 1998 (with a line-up of Steve Miller, Phil Miller, Lol Coxhill, Pip Pyle, Carol Grimes and Fred Baker); this was a benefit for Steve Miller, who sadly died of cancer six months later.