The group was established in December 1966, when Dan Smith met David McTavish to Overseas Visitors Club in London. McKay Stewart McTavish was met at the labor exchange, and John Dalton Smith Cromwellian Club in South Kensington.
Together they released Beeside / Vacuum Cleaner single in December 1967. The record is almost not sold, and Smith left the band and was replaced by Paul Brett. Release of the second single How Do I Feel Today / Do What You Must was scheduled for April 1968, but did not appear. In August 1968 should have been released LP, but the band disbanded at the time.
David McTavish after the collapse of the group worked in teams of Big Bertha and later joined to the latter and Paul Brett.
After the collapse of the team's single Beeside / Vacuum Cleaner is highly valued by collectors (the price goes up to £ 1000) and recognized as one of the best examples of British psychedelia.
In 2006 (according to other sources in 2002), Paul Brett and John Dalton released the EP, which included four songs recorded by musicians in 1968 Tony Pike studio in Putney, London.
According to some reports, Paul Brett is a collection of songs from that era, he wrote for the LP, and that he intends to record and release.
Genre: Psychedelic rock
Country artist (group): UK
Audio codec: MP3
Type rip: tracks
Audio Bitrate: 224-320 kbps
01. Do What You Must (02:41)
02. How Do I Feel Today (02:09)
03. It's Just That People Can not See (02:48)
04. Naked Song (02:03)
David MacTavish (vocals),
Dan Smith (guitar),
Stuart McKay (bass),
John Dalton (drums),
Paul Brett (guitar)