The Folk-Rock Group were formed back in '1968' calling themselves originally 'Brethren'
The 'Newcastle upon Tyne' outfit who though with cast-changes continue to perform to
The Group first entered the U.K Charts back in 1972 with the number 'Meet Me On The
Corner' which peaked at Number '5' then came the release that first caught my personal
attention 'Lady Eleanor' which, also in 1972 reached Number '3' in the Charts.
The Group had success with a series of album releases also around that time, 'Fog on the
Tyne' actually topped the album charts in 71' however the title song of that album didn't
chart until 1990, when a re-hash of the song, sung with 'Paul Gascoigne' charted at '2'
Among the Chart entries early on 'All Fall Down' which reached number '34' again in '72'
They had to wait until '78' to re-emerge in the U.K charts with a couple of numbers that
are not actually included on-board 'Run For Home' (Chart 10) and 'Juke-Box Gypsy' ,,,,
The album reflects the best known songs from the group during their early years, holding
memories of those days.