Malcolm Morley was a vocalist, guitarist, and keyboardist within the Uk band DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR, who released 4 albums in the first 1970s. When DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR disbanded, Morley devote short stints with Guy and Bees Make Honey, also playing like a sideman to Deke Leonard, Wreckless Eric, and Kirsty McColl before departing the music business in the first 1980s. In 1976 he documented a journeyman singer-songwriter recording, supported by Ian Gomm and Plummet Airlines, where he occasionally sounded just like a low-key, blander Paul McCartney. Unreleased at that time, the grasp tapes for the record were believed lost, but discovered 25 years later on, and released as Shed and Within 2002. In 2001, Morley released the single recording Aliens, and was reported to become focusing on completing a 5th Help Yourself recording.