Johannesburg based group formed in 1985 with Cecil Mitchell (lead vocals), Mark Kahn (guitar), Les Goode (bass), Johan Laas and Pete McClea (keyboards), Neil McKellar (drums), Terry Hunt (drums). Additional vocals: Lionel Peterson, Mark Kahn and Suzy Bunce. Bones Delight (vocals) joined in 1989.

They released the singles “What Are We Going To Do About Love” and a cover of the Led Zeppelin song “Whole lotta love” in 1986.


Formed in Johannesburg in 1980 with Joe B Arthur (vocals, guitar), Jethro Butow (lead guitar, vocals), Les Goode (bass), Mike Faure (sax), John Galanakis (organ, vocals), Cedric Samson (drums, vocals). Faure left in 1980 and Galanakis.

In 1981 Tim Hoare (keyboards) replaced Galankis and Kendall Kaye joined as drummer at which point Samson switched to lead vocals.

They recorded a self-titled album in 1981 and had marginal success with the single “Bowtie Boogaloo”.

The follow-up single “Don’t leave me halfway” did not do as well. The group’s existence was short-lived and they broke up in 1981.