This short-lived, Beatles -inspired quartet was formed in 1981 by brothers Graham Dye (b. 2 August 1961, Barking, Essex, Britain; vocals/electric guitar) and Steven Dye (b. 17 Sept 1963, Barking, Essex, Britain; bass, vocals/keyboards), who had been joined up with by Sean Heaphy (drums) and Tag Gilmour (electric guitar), younger sibling of Green Floyd’s David Gilmour. Their solid composing ability resulted in their documenting an album on the renowned Abbey Street studios, and executing live on the studio room’s 50th wedding anniversary party. Much mass media attention was presented with with their debut ‘101-Dam-Nations’, that was released over the reactivated Parlophone Information label twenty years following the Beatles’ debut. Graham Dye’s John Lennon -inspired vocals had been another talking stage and the music group seemed established for stardom. This immaculate record amazingly only reached the low parts of the UK Best 50, and much more unsatisfactory was that their solid follow-up, ‘Eye Of Glaciers’, didn’t graph. Although they toured, helping Steve Hackett, Huey Lewis and Sad Cafe, the music group disintegrated through insufficient commercial achievement. Dye came back in 1985 performing lead vocal for the Alan Parsons Task track ‘Light FROM THE Globe’, from Stereotomy, and once again in 1990 with ‘Small Hans’ from Parsons’ Freudiana. In 1992, the brothers had been working on brand-new material to send towards the record business that didn’t capitalize on the remarkably fresh skill a decade previously. A Compact disc of their unreleased Parlophone record is obtainable privately off their website. In 2006 the brothers got come back to where it started, executing as The Tracks Of Lennon/McCartney and playing cover variations of their initial great musical impact.