Any fan of mid '60s Brit invasion, garage and folk rock should get this! Really!!!
An LP of great 1965 recordings from SF legends (by word of mouth) THE KNIGHT RIDERS (who'd later be responsible for an acetate album under the Jungle moniker), combining British invasion energy with west-coast folk-rock harmonies.
The band put these nine track to tape for Autumn Records (Beau Brummels, early Grateful Dead, Great Society), but unfortunately the label never took care of a proper release.
But now you can get these tunes afterall! On offer are eight superbly infectious group originals and a killer version of Dylan's 'Don't Think Twice, It's All Right' that has the same class as The Byrds' 'Mr. Tambourine Man'.
|A2||Won't You Be My Baby|
|A3||Torture And Pain|
|A4||Don't Think Twice, It's All Right|
|B1||I Cannot Cry|
|B2||Where Did I Fail|
|B4||I Don't Know|
|B5||Can't You See|