From: London, England
This short-lived London based group evolved out of Karl Stuart & The Profiles/Profile in early 1966. Members included Miller Anderson (guitar), Eddie Hamill (keyboards), Mick Ronson (guitar) and Dave Bradfield (drums). The band issued one outstanding, hard-driving single ('The Train To Disaster' b/w 'Truth') on the Mercury label in the spring of '66, but when it failed to chart, they called it quits soon after.
Anderson went on to become a solo artist as well as work with several prominent artists including the Spencer Davis Group, Savoy Brown and T. Rex. Ronson also ended up going solo, as well as working with David Bowie, Ian Hunter and Bob Dylan.
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Artist information sources include: The book, 'Tapestry of Delights Revisited' by Vernon Joynson.
The Train To Disaster
(Original 45 Label: Mercury MF 905, A - April, 1966)