Steel guitarist, Glenn Fernando Campbell, was the star behind this band. He'd joined them from The Misunderstood
. Their vinyl zenith is usually considered to be their first album which contained a number of tight, well constructed songs, including a fine cover of Bo Diddley's Who Do You Love?
, which also took them into the 45 Charts. It came on the now highly collectable spiral Vertigo label in an attractive gatefold sleeve. Sadly it was downhill thereafter, their fortunes were hardly helped by several personnel changes. Paul Williams, ex-Zoot Money
, came in on vocals, replacing Roy Owen on the second album, but the result was a disappointment. None of the original line-up survived for their fourth and final effort, Pieces
. The line-up for this included Andy Pyle, whilst he took a brief break from Savoy Brown
. The final verdict must be that they failed to achieve their early promise.