Week of February 25, 2001
Robert Barton - guitar, vocals
Keith Fisher - drums
Frank Gibbons - bass
Kenny Mountain - guitar, keyboards, vocals
Terry Wilson-Slesser - vocals
Ian Murray - bass
Tim Hinkley - keyboards
Barry Black - drums
Arthur Ramm - guitar
Jimmy Wiley - bass
My Lady (Raft/Lyntone LYN 2842) Nov. 1973
Beckett (Raft RA 48502) 1974
A progressive rock outfit from Newcastle, who formed in 1970. Ken Mountain was ex-Yellow. After their Little Girl flexi, Gibbons left to join
Halfbreed and was replaced by Ian Murray (ex-Music, Goblin).
After their album, which was produced by Roger Chapman of Family, Barton and Fisher left, being replaced by Arthur Ramm (ex-Les Humphries Singers) and Barry Black (ex-John Miles Set). Then Ian Murray departed, to be replaced by Jimmy Wiley (ex-Icarus).
After the band split, Wilson-Slesser went on to Back Street Crawler, Wiley and Barton ended up in Captain Whizzo (1976) and Black rejoined John Miles.
(Jim McMaster/Vernon Joynson/Mike Warth)
Taken from The Tapestry of Delights - The Comprehensive Guide to British Music of the Beat, R&B, Psychedelic and Progressive Eras 1963-1976, Vernon Joynson ISBN 1 899855 04 1
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