This UK rock band was formed by Mick Underwood (previously of "Episode Six", "The Herd" and "Quatermass" and later of "Raw Glory") in 1972. There's lots of experience in this line-up. Keith Gemmell had been in "Audience" and was later in The "Roy Young Band" and "Stackridge". Geoff Sharkey was in "Ginhouse". Mike Hodgkinson and Paul Simmons were also members of The "Roy Young Band" and Hodgkinson had played with "Billy J. Kramer". Their only one album "Sammy" was produced by Ian Gillan (of Deep Purple) and Louie Austin. The album cover features a colourful picture of an Indian squaw.