From: Warrington, England
This short-lived Warrington ensemble formed in the spring of 1967 and issued two 45s on the Decca label later that year. The band lineup included John Weston (guitar), Chaddy Penketh (bass), Mally Rabbit (organ) and Billy Fagg (drums).
Their first single ('Guess I Was Dreaming') was released in the late summer of 1967 and is quite good with some rather simple yet very distinctive piano that makes the track stand out. A second single was issued only a month later, but like the first, it too sold poorly prompting the group to call it quits by the end of that year.
Artist information sources include: The book, 'Tapestry of Delights Revisited' by Vernon Joynson.
Guess I Was Dreaming
(Original 45 Label: Decca F.12644, B - August, 1967)