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Loose Ends

Not an excessive amount of is known concerning this mid-’60s Birmingham-based band, past the actual fact that they appeared to take their business lead from the initial Denny Laine-era Moody Blues as opposed to the even more progressive Move, which their drummer was one Alan Marshall. Their two singles for British Decca included addresses of Moody Blues and American R&B-style figures, and a rendition from the then-new George Harrison track “Taxman.” Their audio, at least in the studio room, was heavily affected by Motown.

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