Andrew Loog Oldham signed these two ex-public schoolboys to his Immediate label in 1966. Their debut 45, "Sittin' on a Fence", a Jagger/Richard song was a minor hit in the UK, but that was the nearest they got to success. They released two albums; "Own Up" (1966) and "That's All" (1968). Another Oldham discovered act, Vashti, sang on "Coldest Night of the Year" on the "That's All" album.
David Skinner resurfaced in the seventies on keyboards for Uncle Dog, a pub rock…
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