Flight took off after Izz split into two groups. Vic Blecman, who was playing keyboards in Izz, returned to guitar, and drummer Jeff Birks also made the move. Dave Trimmel, who had played with Vic and Jeff in the Cavemen/Penn Crude Oil, played bass and Bruce Maiolo was the second guitarist.
Flight recorded a 45 in 1975, that got some action. The label, which was named after Blecman since it was a self promoted record, cites a Disney movie named "Luvin. Huggin, and More" the same title as the A side - that was never produced. The sound is blue collar hard rock. The band had travelled to California (as had Izz) and recorded the 45 at Wally Heider's San Francisco studio.
In 1976, with the band no longer, Blecman became a radio DJ and opened a bar in Elyria called Uncle Vic's (same name as his DJ personna). The club was very successful. In 1979 he released a big novelty hit record, "Space Invaders"
Luvin, Huggin, and More / Get You - Blecman no # (the numbers on the label, NR5195, are the master number assigned by the pressing plant)