Called after keyboardist Morgan Fisher, Morgan was shaped in the first ’70s by three musicians who experienced performed in the past due-’60s Uk pop group ROMANCE: Fisher, drummer Maurice Bacon, and bassist Bob Sapsed. Vocalist Tim Staffell, who place lyrics to Fisher’s music, joined up with from Smile, the pre-Queen clothing of Brian Might and Roger Taylor. Ex-King Crimsonite Ian McDonald actually jammed with them while these were auditioning for his or her 4th member, although since it proved he didn’t link up. Playing digital keyboard-drenched progressive rock and roll, they issued only 1 recording, Nova Solis, within their lifetime. Another record, initially entitled Dark brown Out, was documented in 1973, and can be an off-the-wall mixture of crazed, hysterical-toned synthesizer solos; winding high operatic vocals; pretentious pseudo-classical key pad art rock and roll ? la Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and arty, experimental track constructions in the mildew of much more serious artistes like Ruler Crimson. The Dark brown Out recording had not been released after it had been recorded, partly because the music group pissed off RCA professionals by distributing their cheeks — the types on the backsides, not really the ones on the faces — in the photo aim for the recording cover. Fisher became a member of Mott the Hoople within a couple of months from the band’s 1973 break up, and soldiered on with them because they mutated into Mott and the United kingdom Lions. The Dark brown Out record premiered in the U.S. by Passport in 1977, and on CD beneath the name The Sleeper Wakes by Angel Atmosphere in 1999.