Unfortunately, there is not much information to be had about this five-piece from Southampton.
They recorded three singles for the Decca subsidiary label, Deram, all in 1967.Their sound fell very much into the Mod / Freakbeat / Soul mould, and label hopes were high that they’d prove competition for the established R&B acts of the mid-Sixties.
But taking on the likes of The Rolling Stones was always going to be an ambitious target.
None of the three singles achieved chart success, although ‘Bert’s Apple Crumble,’ the B-side to their initial release, ‘Love Is A Beautiful Thing’ ( a cover of the Young Rascals song) proved very popular in the Mod club scene.
Each single is now well sought after by collectors, with copies of the aforementioned exchanging hands on Discogs for £230, £150 & £125 in May 2021.
All three singles an now be found on various CD compliations … and of course, your favourite streaming platform, if you’re that way inclined.
(Names of members remain shrouded in mystery!)
RELEASES BY THE QUIK.
|Love Is A Beautiful Thing / Bert’s Apple Crumble||7″ single||Deram||1967|
|King Of The World / My Girl||7″ single||Deram||1967|
|I Can’t Sleep / Soul Full Of Sorrow||7″ single||Deram||1967|