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Years: 1972 - 1974
Styles: Classic Rock, Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock


Jim Leverton - Bass Guitar (in band: 1972)
Steve Ellis - Vocals (in band: 1972 - 1974)
Andy Gee - Backing vocals, Guitar (in band: 1972 - 1974)
Dave Lutton - Drums (in band: 1972 - 1974)
Zoot Money - Backing vocals, Guitar, Keyboards (in band: 1972 - 1974)


Nick South - Bass Guitar (in band: 1973 - 1974)

Biography Picture    In the early 70s Steve Ellis formed the band Ellis, a short lived partnership with keyboardist Zoot Money. Other members included ex-Peter Bardens guitarist Andy Gee; ex-Fat Mattress bassist Jimmy Leverton, later replaced by Nick South; and drummer Dave Lutton.

    The group released two albums, "Riding on the Crest of a Slump" in 1972, and "Why Not?" the following year.

    In 1976 one of the most popular Serbian and ex-Yugoslav bands, Smak, covered his song "El Doomo" under the title "El dumo", and achieved great success with it.

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Riding On The Crest Of A Slump (1972)
Why Not? (1973)

Singles & EPs

Good To Be Alive (Aug 25, 1972)
El Doomo (Nov 24, 1972)
Open Road (1973)
Loud And Lazy Love Songs (Oct 19, 1973)

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