Formed by guitarist Raymond Collings after his return to Augusta from a year at Berklee College of Music in Boston, the group played primarily originals composed by Collings along with jazz/fusion by such artists as John Mclaughlin, Chick Corea, Deodato, Herbie Hancock etc. Originally a quartet that included Ed Fuqua on bass, Cantine Jones on clarinet and saxophones and David L'Heureux on drums, it expanded to a quintet with Chris Mangelly on keyboards. Collings eventually left the group he founded and was replaced for a short time by guitarist Matt Whittington and reedman Cantine Jones was replaced by saxophonist Tim Saunders. The group broke up in early 1979.

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