Some sort of UK traditional-based Vacationing Wilburys, with no superstars. Pete Morton (b. 30 July 1964, Leicester, Britain; vocals/electric guitar), Roger Wilson (b. 22 July 1961, Leicester, Britain; fiddle) and Simon Edwards (accordion/vocals), made a decision to become an intermittent device after playing periods on Morton’s 1988 record One Big Joke. Gigs had been divided similarly between Morton’s acidic folk, Wilson’s old-time fiddling and Edward’s pumping, squeezebox like songs. Quantity 1 (1991) got from Jimi Hendrix addresses to traditional ballads, and obtained favourable testimonials in the folk press, but no elevated demand because of their providers. Frustrated and attempting to focus on his fledgling K.Passa device, Edwards still left in 1992. His substitute was Mike Willoughby, past due of Unusual Folk, himself something of the maverick protest article writer. The group ultimately disintegrated through the middle-90s, with Morton time for his solo profession. A second record was subsequently released by Harbourtown in 1997.