| Ian Goodall
|| lead singer/guitarist
| Ian Fenn
| Pete Brooks
| John Kirkham
| Barry Satchelle
||replaced John on drums
In 1963 the band went to London to do a studio audition with Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders and Johnny Peters & The Crestas - no need to guess who got the recording contract! The band came home and carried on working on the road.
In Febuary 1964 the band went to London to Pye Piccadilly Records to record a song called "IS IT TRUE".
Penned by Ian, the A/R was Ray Horrocks, who did all Joe Brown's recordings, sadly "IS IT TRUE" ended up as very nice plant pots (Paul: probably a mistake as worth money now!)
Courtesy Harry Procter, who adds
Just after the band going to London in 63, I was asked by Tony Stuart who owned The Oasis on Lloyd St M/C to go and work for him and road manage for Red Hoffman & The Measles. I stayed with them til the winter of 1964, then went on to work at Warmingham Grange Country Club till 1968, then onto Mr Smiths in Manchester.
Then in 1969 worked for Mr D Flood at the Broadway Club Oldham Rd Failsworth. But that is another story!!.