I was working in Yeovil met a salesman Mike Watts. He was also a musician, who played
bass guitar and sax, and had been in a military army band and a local group for while.
Living in a village near to him was another musician, Steve Case, who was looking
to form a band. We met at Mike’s and decided to give it a go. Steve could play bass
and lead guitar and we found a tight steady drummer called Tony King who joined us.
We worked on lots of music and realised with the versatility of Mike’s and Steve’s
instrument prowess, we could play a variety of different styles of music. In fact
it was too many as we had no direction or defined character, which was to end up
being our downfall.
We could basically play anything from Deep Purples “Hush” to old standards like “Moon
River” and jim Reeves “Welcome to My World”
After a while, we sat down and sorted a more workable set which didn’t over step
the boundaries by far either way, and completed many bookings. But it was due to
all these compromising's of style that it started causing a bit of warring in the
ranks, so we decided to call it a day whilst our name was still one that everyone
remembered favourably. a