Jamaican vocal group formed by Winston Riley in 1962 with the initial line-up also featuring Slim Smith, Franklyn White, and Freddie Waite (2). Their first single were "No One" released only in the UK in 1963. Their Jamaican debut came in 1965 with Arthur "Duke" Reid as the producer. Slim Smith left the group in 1966, to pursue a solo career at Studio One, and later forming The Uniques with Franklyn White. He was replaced by Pat Kelly. The group's line up changed regularly with Riley the only constant member. Other members in the late 1960s included Lloyd Parks, Bruce Ruffin, and Dave Barker (2).