For those not familiar with Mr. Bloe (although many will have heard the title tune at some point), it's a fine and groovy slice of early 70s English beat driven easy listening, conceived by veteran (apparently) band leader Zack Laurence and featuring the harmonica of one Harry Pitch. (There's an Elton John connection as well, but I don't know if the released Mr. Bloe tracks are the same as the ones he seems to have played on). Bubblegum Northern Soul, or so I've seen this described; fair enough, much of this is definite club stuff. It might also be of interest to some that the Mr. Bloe sound, particularly as heard on the track 'Mighty Mouse', served as a blueprint for 'Ru Tenone' by Tim Gane of Stereolab's side project Turn On.
(Less famously, 'Groovin' With Mr. Bloe' was the second album I ever owned...)
[This post has been edited due to piss-poor excuses for human beings pretending to be protecting the artists (aka corporate copyright lawyers) objecting to its original content. As Google seem unwilling to stand up to spurious claims, it was either that or nixing the entire blog.]