Three albums and out, Patto (named after vocalist Mike Patto) were respectable on the Uk rock scene within the ’70s. The main element point from the music group was most likely the outstanding guitar work from the eminently versatile Ollie Halsall, a performer whose program work was extremely prized, despite the fact that the guitarist appeared hesitant to stage into the limelight. Patto performed a stately mixture of jazz-rock with a small amount of blues. Following a breakup from the music group, Halsall shifted to try out with Tempest while Patto became a member of Spooky Teeth for Reflection. Patto and Halsall returned collectively in Boxer in 1975, though Halsall continued to be for only an individual recording, with Patto staying the only real founding member by the next album. Patto passed away in 1979 of neck cancer.