Andy Clark (vocals, keyboards, percussion, flute, saxophone, rhythm guitar) and Mick Hutchinson (lead guitar, percussion, piano, bass) initial worked jointly in Vamp, a short-lived UK-based quartet founded by ex-Pretty Stuff drummer Viv Prince in the past due 60s. The group split after completing a unitary, but Clark and Hutchinson continued to be jointly to record the extraordinary A=MH2. This improvisatory established proved immensely well-known, especially for the last mentioned’s impressive electric guitar work. A previous person in Sam Gopal’s Fantasy, Hutchinson brought that group’s neo-Eastern impact to his fresh opportunity, highlighted superbly from the 13-minute monitor, ‘Improvisation WITH AN Indian Size’. The recording’s success influenced a full-time line-up that was finished by Stephen Amazing (bass) and Del Coverly (drums). Following produces lacked the advancement from the group’s debut launch and Clark-Hutchinson split carrying out a third arranged, Gestalt.