Anne and Cliff Edwards, Jackie Ralph, Mickey Ottier and Doug Gravelle shaped the Five Bells in Montreal in 1965. Their initial strike, “Moody Manitoba Morning hours,” made an appearance in 1968. Aspect was released the next calendar year, when Frank Mills changed Mickey Ottier. When Cliff’s wife Anne became pregnant in 1970, she still left the group, that was eventually renamed the Bells. “Journey Small White Dove, Journey” (in the 1971 record of the same name) became a Canadian nationwide hit immediately after, prompting Frank Mills to keep for a single profession. Dennis Will took his place. “Stay Awhile,” released in 1971, became the Bells’ biggest strike, offering over one million copies. In 1973, nevertheless, after Love, Good luck ‘N Lollipops (1971) and Studio room “A” (1972), the group split up. Cliff Edwards acquired a solo profession in the past due ’70s and early ’80s.