This band was formed in London, England, in 1976, ostensibly to record the soundtrack towards the Jane Birkin film The French Way. The initial line-up comprised Paul Dale (vocals), Neil Buchanan (acoustic guitar), Andy Charters (acoustic guitar), Steve Dinwoodie (bass) and Keith Knowles (drums). Putting your signature on towards the now-defunct Hill Information label, the music group released their debut recording in 1978. Crimson, White And Somewhat Blue was a delicate mixture of melodic rock and roll and pop. Several tours followed, assisting UFO amongst others, on whom the music group later on modelled themselves. This is most apparent on Marseille, in which a even more traditional hard rock and roll audio was embraced. The group after that encountered troubles when Hill Records proceeded to go bankrupt. This still left Marseille in limbo, however they resurfaced in 1983 with brand-new personnel and an archive contract. The brand new line-up comprised ex-Savage Lucy vocalist Sav Pearse, Tag Hays (electric guitar), Neil Buchanan (electric guitar), Steve Dinwoodie (bass) and Keith Knowles (drums). They continued to record the music group’s third and last album, Touch THE NIGHT TIME, which appeared in the Ultra Sound Information label in 1984. Still failing woefully to make any genuine influence with either press or open public, the music group folded soon soon after.