The Accent, comprising Rick Birkett (guitar), John Hebron (vocals, guitar), Alan Davies (bass), and Pete Beetham (drums), originally hailed from Yorkshire, where they formed because the Blue Bloodstream Group. A big change of name presaged a big change of locale to London, where they started making a significant name for themselves making use of their hard strike on their equipment and much psychedelic audio, which guaranteed them a residency on the Top Cut Membership. They found the eye of Mike Vernon, who created their one attempt at an individual, “Crimson Sky during the night,” on British Decca Information’ Deram Information imprint. An eerie monitor with much rhythm section, unusual echo effects, along with a melody that anticipates the tune behind Emerson, Lake & Palmer’s “A PERIOD and a location” from Tarkus, “Crimson Sky during the night” arrived something like just what a Doorways cover of “Tomorrow Hardly ever Understands” might’ve sounded like. The record hardly ever charted, alas, as well as the Accent vanished, though guitarist Rick Birkett afterwards documented on Vernon’s Blue Horizon label beneath the name Rick Hayward and was an associate from the Zombies and Jellybread. “Crimson Sky during the night” provides re-appeared in the Psychedelic Picture and older series, such as for example Chocolate Soup for Diabetics, and its own B-side “Blowing wind of Transformation” continues to be anthologized somewhat much less often.