Paving just how for soul and R&B music in Australia through the 1960s, Scottish-born singer Barrie McAskill fronted the ever-changing Levi Smith’s Clefs lineup from 1967 to 1975. The music group was began by body organ participant Tweed Harris in Adelaide in 1963 because the Clefs and shortly developed a solid local popularity. McAskill became a member of in 1965 as well as the lineup became Tweed Harris, Bruce Howe (bass), Les Tanner (electric guitar), Bob Jeffrey (sax), and Vince Jones (drums). The Clefs released three singles in 1966: “I COULD Only OFFER YOU Everything”/”Roberta,” “YESTERDAY EVENING”/”March from the Siamese Twins,” and “A Boy Like Me”/”TAKE IT to Jerome.” Harris still left to become listed on the Groove in 1967 and McAskill became the first choice. After a recommendation from their supervisor, the Clefs transformed their name towards the Levi Smith’s Clefs that calendar year. The music group then transferred to Sydney where they used a residency on the Whisky a chance Go membership. The lineup transformed many times and by 1968 was made up of McAskill, Inez Amaya (vocals), Michael Carlos (body organ), John Blake (drums), Mick Jurd (electric guitar), Richard Lockwood (flute, sax), and Robert Taylor (drums). By the finish of 1968, Carlos, Lockwood, Blake, and Taylor still left to create the music group Tully, which supported the Australian creation of Hair afterwards that calendar year, accompanied by Amaya, who remaining to become listed on the cast. A fresh lineup of McAskill, Mick Jurd, John Bissett (body organ), Bruce Howe (bass), and Tony Buettel (drums) documented and released the Clear Monkey recording in 1970. Two singles had been released through the recording, “Lisa”/”Roadrunner” (January 1970) along with a cover of Junior Walker’s “Shotgun”/”WHO’S It That Shall Arrive?” (Apr 1970). Many lineup changes adopted and a fresh music group referred to as Barrie McAskill’s Levi Smith’s Clefs released the singles “Live Just like a Man”/”Little bit of My Center” (Sept 1970) and “Gonna Get yourself a Seizure”/”Dance and Consuming” (Apr 1971), and a distributed EP using the music group Autumn, Greatest of Whisky A CHANCE Go. The music group performed Sydney’s infamous Chequers golf club throughout 1971. Many lineup changes adopted once again, and by past due 1971, the lineup of McAskill, Carlos, Stirling, Henson, and Jeffrey toured as Barrie McAskill’s Carry Brigade and McAskill’s Marauders. By middle-1972, McAskill was touring with another Levi Smith’s Clefs lineup, however the music group was arriving at a finish, and by 1976, McAskill was touring under his personal name. Within the arriving years he performed in and shaped several rings in Adelaide, the Levi Smith’s Clefs included in this.