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Published on Aug 28, 2012
Manchester big Soul band of the mid 1960's ,notable for having future New Seekers vocalist Lyn Paul in their ranks. "Night-owl" and it's proposed b-side "Hay ! That's what Horses eat" was shelved by Parlophone in 1966 , lord know's why, had it been released it would have been one of the more collectable singles of the Mod scene with it's club-wise lyrics and groove. A couple of flops, ill advised recordings such as " Why( am I treated so bad) and "Fairground Man" saw their late 60's output produced by Tim Rice. A continental single " Da Doo Ron Ron " and "Carpet Man" betrayed their Soul roots. A great shame, a great band live apparently. The photo is from 1968 and not in line with the groove of 1966 but it was the only decent pic I could source.