Harmony pop group from Ballyfermot in Dublin who released two singles on Pye in 1968-69. All four tracks are cover versions. The band was very popular in urban areas. They suffered a major setback when singer Maurice Walsh (also the drummer) left for Purple Pussycat and the showband scene (Joe Dolan & The Drifters) in 1968 after the success of their debut single, but they bounced back with new vocalist Pat Morris who appears on the second single and on the contribution to the "Paddy Is Dead And The Kids Know It" compilation. In 1970 the band emigrated to Canada and split shortly afterwards. They later acknowledged the lack of original material stifled the band.
Jimmy Conway now lives in Las Vegas where he plays in Brendan Bowyer's band.
Aidan Scannell was previously in The Difference.
The A-side is credited to Loudermilk. You can just about make out "A Target Recording" at the bottom of the blue label (second last line, above ACUFF-ROSE), suggesting an Irish Target label pressing exists.
The A-side is credited to Melson-Grant and carries the same ACUFF-ROSE credit.
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