Savage Elegance were Detroit’s progressive rock-band of the past due ’60s. With chops galore and a history rooted in jazz and R&B (with the right old-fashioned Detroit rock and roll & roll tossed in for great measure), Savage Elegance stood right out of the remaining Michigan rings as something unique so that as something quite eclectic. With Guitarist Ron Koss, keyboardist John Seanor, and drummer Larry Zack as the nucleus of the jazzy trio known as Scarlet Notice (with two albums on Mainstream), the addition of vocalist/bassist Al Jacquez changed the group into Savage Elegance. The music group was soon authorized to Reprise and released its eponymous debut recording in 1969. Upon shifting to LA the following 12 months, the group embarked on another album, which required almost 2 yrs to total. By 1972, the path had ended as well as the bandmembers proceeded to go their separate methods. Savage Grace hardly ever achieved the achievement that appeared like their credited; certainly their musicianship was top-notch and their songwriting was sufficient, but in the long term they were probably a little too eclectic to discover a mainstream audience.