Shaped at England’s Sussex College or university by pianist Pete Wingfield, Jellybread was originally finished by Paul Butler (guitar/vocals), John Top (bass), and Chris Waters (drums). In 1969 the quartet guaranteed a recording agreement using the exemplary Blue Horizon Information label and even though mainly unadventurous, their albums provided an extremely competent understand of dark music, including both blues and spirit. They offered stellar accompaniment on Lightnin’ Slim’s London Gumbo and B.B. Ruler in London, however the device dissolved in 1971 using the departure of Wingfield and Waters. Beginners Rick Birkett (acoustic guitar, ex-Accent) and Kenny Lamb (drums) became a member of for Back again to Start Once again, but Jellybread split up when the arranged didn’t make industrial headway. Nevertheless, Wingfield enjoyed achievement as a single artist, program pianist, and person in Olympic Runners.