people had to say about the first release; "Unknown
Mystery 60's Group"
"An intriguing cavalcade of Pete Townshend vim
and chiming, early-Todd Rundgren sweetness nevertheless"
"It's exactly the kind of thing cults are made
"Acoustic-electric psych pop with quirky songwriting
and tight harmonies"
"This UNKNOWN 60'S MYSTERY music is WAY tasty
Mr. Fab's Pop Blab
Not Lame Recordings
"The recordings, at a guess,
seem to date from around '67 or '68. Consisting of
14 tracks (all originals), the group seems to have
been a folk-rock type of group that were heavily influenced
by the west coast sound. Tracks like "I Wanna
Let You Know", "Percival", and "Are
You Mad at Me" have a Buffalo Springfield edge
with "I Wanna Let You Know" being a standout
with a cool lead guitar and a simple but effective
harp solo. "Is It Me or Is It You?" would
actually be right at home on a later Beau Brummels
LP while "Bumby" sounds like a Byrds "outtake"
session -pretty cool stuff! My vote for the most rockin'
track goes to "She's So Fine." With it's
driving bass line and sneering guitar work, this Beatles
influenced song would've been a good candidate for
a 45. The group takes a minor turn into Psychedelia
with "Salisbury Jane", which sounds like
it could've been written by The British North American
Act. The questions about the group will hopefully
be answered in the upcoming years. So until then,
if folk rock's your bag, dig the sounds of the "Unknown