Despite their name, this rock-band was formed in the Midlands, Britain, through the mid-60s. Composed of Mike Brookes, P.J. Habberly, John O’Hara (ex-O’Hara’s Playboys) and Robert Trewis, the music group produced its debut for CBS Information in 1967 with ‘Small Ship USING A Crimson Sail’. Dressed up in complementing white pullovers, the succession of singles for Decca Information and Fontana Information that followed even so featured some reliable, energized rock and roll ‘n’ move. Their first discharge for Decca, a edition of Warren Zevon’s ‘Stick to Me’, was well received before they attempted a cover of another solid American one, Spanky And Our Gang’s ‘Weekend Will Never End up being The Same’. Following releases were intensely influenced with the developing psychedelia boom, an undeniable fact shown in titles such as for example ‘The Cooks Of Cakes And Kindness’. By the finish from the 60s the music group had vanished from view, abandoning a final one, ‘Golden Apples’, which proclaimed their go back to CBS. No record was ever released.