This trio from Liverpool, Merseyside, England, was formed in the early 60s and went on to release a succession of singles for Decca Records and Columbia Records without ever recording an album. Comprising Tim Saunders, Mike Sedgewick and Peter ‘Adam’ Sedgewick, the trio’s vocals were supported by studio musicians as the occasion demanded. They made their debut in 1964 with ‘Little Baby’, a song written by Les Reed and Barry Mason. After ‘That’s How I Feel’ and ‘Little Pictures’ in 1965, they moved to Columbia from Decca, but neither of their releases in the following year, ‘Flowers On The Wall’ and a version of Paul Simon’s ‘A Most Peculiar Man’, brought any sort of breakthrough. After the expiry of the group’s contract, Mike Sedgewick recorded an unsuccessful solo single in 1968.