Band offshots included Pilot (with Bruce and Leigh Stephens
, Micky Waller and Martin Quittenton (ex Steamhamer)), Silver Metre and Mint Tattoo. After Pilot, Bruce Stephens recorded two solo albums: Bruce Stephens (World ) 1978 and Watch That First Step (Strawberry ) 1981.
Leigh Stephens also recorded a solo album entitled Red Weather (Phillips PHS 600.294) 1969 R1. It's an excellent psychedelic record in the vein of Quicksilver and was recorded at London's Trident studios with help of such notables as Nicky Hopkins, Kevin Westlake, Micky Waller and Eric Albrona. It also had a U.K. release (Philips SBL 7897) 1969 R2, and has recently been counterfeited on CD. Leigh also recorded a rare promo-only 45, Red Weather/Saki Zwadoo (Philips 40628) 1969, which may have been a promotional-only release and had a non-album 'B' side. He recorded a second solo album in 1971, And A Cast Of Thousands (Philips / Charisma CAS 1040), however, despite a cover of Jumpin' Jack Flash it is marred by too many background singers and horns.
Norman Mayell had previously played with Sopwith Camel.
(Vernon Joynson / Al Muehlke / Greg Byers / Dundagel / Clark Faville
/ Claus Lellinge / Stephane Rebeschini / Gunnar Wiskoff / Max Waller)
"When It All Gets Old" (Kellogg) – 3:01
"West Coast Child of Sunshine" (Stephens) – 2:41
"I Want My Baby Back" (Stephens) – 3:19
"Aces 'n' Eights" (Kellogg, Peterson, Stephens) – 2:47
"As Long as I Live" (Peterson, Stephens) – 2:20
"It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" (Dylan) – 3:16
"Peace of Mind" (Holden) – 7:22
"Fruit & Iceburgs" (Holden) – 6:05
"Honey Butter Lover" (Holden) – 1:16
Dickie Peterson – bass, vocals
Paul Whaley – drums
Bruce Stephens – guitar (tracks 1–6)
Ralph Burns Kellogg – keyboards (tracks 1–6)
Randy Holden – guitar (tracks 7–9)