This San Francisco-based quartet included Dennis Geyer (guitar), Howard Wales (keyboards), Jim Marcotte (bass) and Terry Andersen (drums). A seven-piece horn section supported the group on their debut album, a blues-based set modelled on BornBorn King and Bobby Bland. Following the departures of Andersen and Wales, the remaining members continued with newcomers Rick Jaeger (drums) and James "Curley' Cooke (guitar). The latter was a founder member of the Steve Miller Band, and a former colleague of Geyer in an earlier group, Tim Davis And The Chordaires. Ramblin' On was produced by the notorious Kim Fowley. This informal collection showcased the group's instrumental muscle and featured cameo performances from guitarist Elvin Bishop and pianist Ben Sidran. However, the group failed to secure a commercial success and broke up during sessions for a projected third album. Founder member Wales later enjoyed a brief association with the Grateful Dead, and recorded 1971"s experimental Hooteroll with the latter's guitarist, Jerry Garcia.
A.Born Skhy (MGM 1969)**, Ramblin' On (MGM 1970)**.
One Way Records
Source: Encyclopedia of Popular Music