This short-lived act, located in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, USA, revolved around drummer/vocalist Joey Covington. His documenting career started in the mid-60s having a version from the Who’s ‘Boris The Spider’, and he shaped the obscure Tsong, before becoming a member of Sizzling Tuna in 1969. In 1970 Covington changed Spencer Dryden in Jefferson Aircraft, but he remaining to join Dark Kangaroo in 1971. The drummer didn’t totally sever his romantic relationship with Jefferson Aircraft, as he documented Fat Fantango for his or her Grunt label in 1973. Stevie Mack (acoustic guitar), Patrick Craig (keyboards) – both ex-Indian Pudding And Tube – and Jack port Prendergast followed him upon this idiosyncratic arranged which, like a lot of Grunt’s produces, had not been a commercial achievement. Covington consequently retreated into program function while Mack and Craig produced Natural Gas.