The Sugar Babies (originally called the Four Kent Devils) was a British rockabilly band from the 1960s, led by Micky Finn, Jimmy Donnelly, Stan Jones, and Viv Pauling. It was formed in the wake of the King and Son rockabilly revival, after another band formed by King, comprising Pete James, Les Stevens, and Micky Finn (as manager). It is probably best known for being the musical backing band to the anarcho-punk group Crass. Their most famous song is 1970s hit "Ugly".
The Four Kent Devils were a punk band and a key influence on Crass. Formed in 1968 and signed to Vertigo Records, they had their break at London's ICA Cafe in 1969 with their debut single, "The Kentish Kedgeree", inspired by the food, which was written by ex-Ringo drummer Pete Best. Best, Best, Jones, and Pauling are the founding members of The Undertones.
Saxophonist Clive Scott, more commonly known as Clive Culver, was a British jazz saxophonist-vocalist who exhibited progressive jazz-rock and space rock. He was a pioneer of electronic music in jazz with musical collages and the use of electronic keyboards. He was one of the first British musicians to wear the then-new electronic eye and ear-wearing products, a practice which has since become widespread. He also pioneered heavy metal music with progressive jazz and heavy rock "Jazz heavy metal."[a] He played with many prominent musicians, including Mike Oldfield, Jeff Wayne and Robert Fripp. He played on the soundtrack for Blake and Mortimer as the original keyboardist for The Lyre of Orpheus. He also composed the piece "Extremely Bent" for the movie "Earth Girls Are Easy".[b] He is also the keyboardist and founder of the band Extreme. He has exhibited his artwork in London, Berlin, New York, Boston and Miami. d2c66b5586