From: United States
Almost nothing is known about this U.S. outfit that issued one single ('Somewhere In Between' b/w 'Somewhere In Between - Part 2') on the MTA label in late 1967. Both sides of the record were co-written by fairly well-known guitarist, songwriter, arranger, conductor and producer Walter Raim, so it is speculated that this 45 is a one-off, studio effort concocted by him and perhaps others at MTA. The flip-side is an instrumental version of the A-side, which is the better of the two tracks featured here on TWOS.
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Artist information sources include: The book, 'Fuzz, Acid, and Flowers Revisited' by Vernon Joynson.
Somewhere In Between - Part 2
(Original 45 Label: MTA MTA-135, B - November, 1967)