|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Pussy Plays||8||Audio||2006-04-26||Air Mail Archive|
|4||Pussy Plays||8||Audio||1969||Morgan Blue Town|
|6||All Of My Life / Come Back June||2||Audio||1968||Saint Martin Record|
|7||Pussy Plays||8||Audio||2011||Morgan Blue Town|
|8||Pussy Plays||8||Audio||Morgan Blue Town|
|9||Pussy Plays||8||Audio||2001||Edsel Records|
Formed in the mid-1960s in Hertfordshire, UK, by drummer [a=Steve Townsend], singer [b]Dek Boyce[/b] and bassist [b]Jez Turner[/b]. Initially they were called [b]The Creepers[/b] but when the psychedelic era came along, they became [b]We Shake Milk[/b].
Following an ad in Melody Maker guitarist [a=Barry Clark] and keyboardist [b]Peter Whiteman[/b] were added to the band.
It was through Barry that his fellow ex-[a=Fortes Mentum] band-mate [a=Danny Beckerman] became involved with the band, in the capacity of producer, arranger, and songwriter..
[a=Barry Clark] left and was briefly replaced by [b]Gary Peters[/b], before the band slowly disintegrated.
While [a=Danny Beckerman] continued to mastermind a series of pseudonymous releases from the Morgan console room, [a=Steve Townsend], [b]Dek Boyce[/b] and [b]Jez Turner[/b] returned to the relative tranquility of Hertfordshire as the heart of a band called [b]Twilly[/b]
[a=Steve Townsend] (drums);
[b]Dek Boyce[/b] (vocals);
[a=Barry Clark] (guitars);
[b]Peter Whiteman[/b] (keyboards);
[b]Jez Turner[/b] (bass);
[a=Danny Beckerman] (additional vocals, producer, arranger, songwriter)