Formed in 1968 by Brian Redmond, Michel Dugas, Jim Boyce, Bud Swan and Ron Hepworth. They played chalets, high schools, clubs and prom parties, EXPO 67 and were influenced by the Rolling Stones, Beatles, James Brown, Yardbirds..."We loved The Haunted, Bob Burgess and of course The Rabble “Golden Girl”, JB & The Playboys, Bill Hill, Al Nichols. We listened to Fenchie Jarreau... CKVL, CKAC... Bruce Bradley WBZ Boston... Cousin Brucie WABC New York."
Briand Redmond remembers having recorded these songs in a studio (now defunct) on rue Guy, in Montreal, in the middle of a snowstorm. It was the host Bil Lowell, of the CFOX radio station in Montreal, who made this recording, which consisted of two “one takes” on 4-track tape. Commercial success was there, the song I Want You finding its place on the airwaves of several radio stations. This success will earn them a place in the first part of Andy Kim and Gary Puckett & The Union Gap at the Paul Sauvé arena.
Brian Redmond (The Marble Hall): vocals, drums
Michel Dugas: lead guitar
Bud Swan: bass
Jim Boyce: lead vocals, harmonica
Ron Hepworth: keyboards, rhythm guitar
Produced by Al Nicholls and Bill Hill for Donald K. Donald Productions