Formed 1962, Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.
They started as the doo-wop group, The Sinceres.
In 1971, they moved to Los Angeles, California.
They became known for their funk/soul sound that blended Jimi Hendrix-styled rock music with doo-wop and gospel music undertones.
They were instrumental in the "black rock" and funk movement of the 1970s, and even had a hand in the brown-eyed soul movement with some Latin music-tinged hits.
They starred in and wrote all the music for a film entitled "Train Ride To Hollywood" (1975).
Their biggest hit is "Natural High" (1973).
They recorded two albums at Decca (2), six albums at London Records, one album at Motown and two at T-Neck Records, Inc..