This Scottish psych-folk outfit featured David McNiven (b. 4 November 1945, Glasgow, Scotland; electric guitar, vocals, piano, flute), Angie Rew (b. 25 Sept 1946, Edinburgh, Scotland; electric guitar, vocals, body organ, African drums) and Carolyn Davis (b. 15 August 1946, Edinburgh, Scotland; electric guitar, vocals, bass, tambourine, hype horn). Their 1969 debut record, on Decca Information, included generally self-penned materials. Davis had still left by enough time the second record premiered, but did show up on vocals and electric guitar on one monitor, ‘Crimson Hazy Melancholy’. The Unusual Story Of Captain Shannon AS WELL AS THE Hunchback From Gigha highlighted the surreal lyric of ‘Hymn For Sylvia’ and, unlike the very first album, featured electric powered instrumentation used even more towards the fore. This second discharge also highlighted Danny Thompson (bass), and Terry Cox (electric guitar). Amaryllis implemented in 1971, but industrial achievement evaded the music group. Rew and McNiven wedded, and the last mentioned went on to create for the BBC humor unit, in addition to film ratings. Rew later went a touring kids’s theatre business called Hullaballoo, functioning as article writer, composer, professional and movie director. In 1990 McNiven toured with Tracy Nelson. Davis became a full-time pupil of media research.