From: United States
Little is known of this U.S. ensemble that issued three singles on the Kama Sutra label between late 1968 and mid 1969. The A-side of their first 45 ('Silly Sally Sunday') is a great pop-psych number with biting vocals. The song was written by bubblegum maestro Joey Levine (Ohio Express, Salt, Captain Groovy And His Bubblegum Army, Onion) and produced by George Grant, so it's speculated that this was another one of their studio only projects with Levine on vocals.
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Artist information sources include: The book, 'Fuzz, Acid, and Flowers Revisited' by Vernon Joynson.
Silly Sally Sunday
(Original 45 Label: Kama Sutra KA-253, A - November, 1968)