From: Birmingham, England
Little is known of this Birmingham outfit that issued two great singles in the latter half of 1968. Original members included Ian Wallace (drums, vocals), Rodney Hill (guitar), David Foster (bass, vocals), Geoff Peach (saxophone, flute, vocals) and John Redfern (keyboards), which was the lineup on their first record ('Love's Immortal Fire' b/w 'Is It Really The Same'). Soon after, Redfern was replaced by Mick Flowler (keyboards, vocals) and a second 45 was released ('Rosie Can't Fly' b/w 'Mrs. Bailey's Barbecue And Grill'). The band folded after the second record with Fowler moving on to join the Grapefruit soon after, and Wallace joining King Crimson in the early 70s.
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Love's Immortal Fire
(Original 45 Label: CBS 3592, A - July, 1968)
Rosie Can't Fly
(Original 45 Label: CBS 3830, A - November, 1968)