After Chris 'Ace' Kefford left The Move, he formed a new band called The Ace Kefford Stand, which also included guitarist Dave Ball, bassist Dennis Ball and drummer Cozy Powell. This is their first single, released in 1968; it's a cover of a song by The Yardbirds. It was warmly received but didn't chart, and neither did the Stand's second -- and last -- single (the second one was credited as 'Big Bertha').
After the Stand broke up, Ace Kefford seemed to vanish from the music scene, spending the next 30 years battling mental illness, which he has overcame. He made a brief return in 1976, and again in 2003 with the release of his 'lost' 1968 album, and has written new songs.
Ace Kefford - Ace The Face (1968)