KINCADE was the brain-child of songwriter/producer John Carter, who wrote all of the songs with lyrics by his wife Gill. As Carter put it: "We wrote loads of Kincade stuff, we wrote the album in a week!".
All recordings were made with session musicians (with Carter singing lead) for his own production company Sunny Records and the records were leased to Larry Page's Penny Farthing Records. In 1973 the single "Dreams Are Ten a Penny" came out and a singer called John Knowles was sent out to promote the record as "Kincade".