Malcolm Morley was a singer, guitarist, and keyboardist in the British band Help Yourself, who put out four albums in the early 1970s. When Help Yourself disbanded, Morley put in brief stints with Man and Bees Make Honey, also playing as a sideman to Deke Leonard, Wreckless Eric, and Kirsty McColl before leaving the music business in the early 1980s. In 1976 he recorded a journeyman singer-songwriter album, backed by Ian Gomm and Plummet Airlines, in which he sometimes sounded like a low-key, blander Paul McCartney. Unreleased at the time, the master tapes for that record were thought lost, but found 25 years later, and issued as Lost and Found in 2002. In 2001, Morley released the solo album Aliens, and was reported to be working on completing a fifth Help Yourself album. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi