Founded in 1982, then covers of Level42 and others:
Francis Dunnery - drums, guitar,
Dick Nolan - bass,
Bob Dalton - drummer,
John Beck - keyboards,
Howard "H" Smith - sax (temperary).
The Big Lad In The Windmill (produced by Alan Shacklock) saw the daylight in 1986 and deliverd a hit single called: "Calling All The Heroes". The band went on tour with Marillion, Robert Plant and played on some bigger Europian Festivals.
Once Around The World (1988) produceb by Steve Hillage.
The 3th album Eat Me In St. Louis (1989) got an award as the "best prog
album"of that year.
Produced by Rheinholt Mack (Queen & the Stones) in Münich. They toured with
Jethro Tull and the Beach Boys (!).
Dunnery left the band and was replaced by Lee Knott and Beck replaced his keyboards for guitar.
A live album folowed, a live Thank You And Goodnight. The band name changed in
"Navajo Kiss" and laters "Sister Sarah", but un-successful the band split up in 1991.
During a solo project of Dunnery the band reformed for a few songs (2003).
But the real reïncarnation started after the Kini-project:
When The Lights Go Down, (2007):
The Tall Ships (2008):
John Mitchell - vocals, guitar, bass,
John Beck - keys, bass,
Bob Dalton -drums.
John Mitchell - lead vocals, guitar,
John Beck - keys, backing vocals,
Bob Dalton - drums, backing vocals,
Lee Pomeroy - bass (Take That, Mike Oldfield & Rick Wakeman's New English Rock Ensemble ).
This Is Japan was released in spring 2010.
End 2011 they toured with Mostly Autumn.
Map of the Past ('12)
John Mitchell (lead vocals, guitar)
The current band line up is:
John Beck (keyboards, backing vocals)
Bob Dalton (drums, backing vocals)
Lee Pomeroy (bass guitar, backing vocals)
Nathan King (bass guitar, backing vocals - deputises for Lee Pomeroy when the former is unavailable)
Nolan Tony Banks (1989 Bankstatement album).
Beck and Dalton with John Wetton on a Japanese tour, live album "Chasing The Tiger".
Beck keyboardsin the Alan Parsons Project.
Dalton with Chris Norman and Ray Davies and then he became teachet at the Academy of Contemporary Music
Dunnery backing vocals for Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe (1989).
Beck & Dalton in Kino, with on bass Marillions Pete Trewavas vocalist, guitarist John Mitchell (Arena).
Unicorn Jones re-birth of It Bites? With: John Beck, Dick Nolan and vocalist David Banks (1996).
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