Composed of Hugh Attwool (drums), Dave Dark brown (bass/vocals), Nick Graham (keyboards/vocals), Colin Griffin (metal guitar/vocals) and Terry Taylor (guitar), a lot of the preliminary enthusiasm encircling this London, Britain quintet was due to the actual fact that these were maintained by Costs Wyman. The group’s sound was an excellent blend of past due 60s psychedelic components with forthright hard rock and roll properties, and far was anticipated of their 1969 Decca Information debut record Introspection. However, regardless of the existence of Wyman’s fellow Rolling Rock Charlie W (playing tabla on the wonderful ‘Tones Of Orange’, that was documented during breaks in the sessions that led to the Rocks’ Their Satanic Majesties Demand) and Nicky Hopkins, it demonstrated commercially unsuccessful. Previously that they had released two singles, ‘I Can’t Obtain Any Pleasure’ and a youthful edition of ‘Tones Of Orange’, but following the failing of their debut recording the group transmuted into Tucky Buzzard. That group, still beneath the aegis of Wyman as maker, released further paths in the 70s but once again achievement eluded them.