With Sam Apple Pie

Sam Apple Pie (1969)
~ Malcolm play electric harpsicord on ‘Stranger’ and piano on ‘Annabelle’.

With Ernie Graham

Ernie Graham (1971)

With Help Yourself

Help Yourself (1971)
Beware of the Shadow (1972)
Strange Affair (1972)
Christmas at the Patti (1973)
The Return of Ken Whaley (1973)
5 (2004)
The Amazing ZigZag Concert (2010)
~ CD 4 of this 5-CD release features 4 tracks from a live performance at the ZigZig gig.
Reaffirmation (2014)
~ 2-CD compilation of studio releases plus the Christmas single and the set from Christmas at the Patti.

With Man

Rhinos, Winos, and Lunatics (1975)
The 1999 Party (1998)

With Wreckless Eric

The Wonderful World of Wreckless Eric (1978)
Big Smash! (1980)

With The Tyla Gang

Just Popped Out (1980)

With Ian Gomm

What a Blow (1980)
Come On (1997)

With Deke Leonard

Iceberg (1973)
Kamikaze (1974)
Before Your Very Eyes (1981)

With Kirsty MacColl

Desperate Character (1981)

With Donovan’s Brain

Tiny Crustacean Light Show (2000)
Great leap Forward (2003)

With The Flying Aces

Seashell (2002)


Aliens (2002)
Lost and Found (2002) (With Plummet Airlines)
Raw (2014) ~ 10-inch vinyl-only EP


For those that couldn't make it to the memorial gig for Richard Treece – and indeed, for those that wish to re-live what was a tremendous occasion – some soundfiles have been uploaded of the (fantastic) performances of Son of Man, The Jack Bentley Blues Band and The Green Ray.


"We have lost somebody who was the real deal. A man with the true Bardic gift. He was funny, with a savage wit which he practiced freely. He was great company and a fine musician too – even if he would not admit it. Deke supported and encouraged my early life in the music world, pressed the other lads to get me into Man, and stood in for me in the Help when I was sick with depression. Richard Treece's memorial gig in Walthamstow was the last time I saw the old devil and we talked about this and that... and cricket, which we both love. Deke's passing is a sad loss to the world at large – and heaven knows we need every spark we can get these days."

Malcolm Morley


Putting together this website has been a (wait for it, cliché is coming) 'learning curve' - but I think we're getting there slowly. Also being tackled are the various social media 'channels'. So far, there's a Malcolm Morley Facebook page and a fledgling Twitter account (@bewaretheshadow), to be followed soon by an Instagram account. More news on the latter to follow. And if all goes well, who knows, maybe even a YouTube channel. Steady! Please help support all this by following, friending etc. Thanks... Malc