The Collage was one of the very many short-lived psychedelic rock groups of the late 1960s.
Sounding like a groovy hybrid of the Free Design and the Mamas And the Papas, the L.A.-based Collage recorded one fab LP for Smash Records.
Released in January 1968, the Collage features songs penned by Curt Boettcher, Roger Nichols, the Addrisi Brothers, Price And Walsh and several originals by the band themselves.
Produced by Phil Spector/Wrecking Crew alumnus Steve Douglas, this gem of an album also features the participation of fellow Wrecking Crew members Hal Blaine, Joe Osborn, Larry Knechtel, and Mike Deasy.
A1 Lookin' At A Baby 2:05
A2 Driftin 3:00
A3 Rainy Blue Memory Day 2:15
A4 Any Day's A Sunday Afternoon 2:30
A5 My Mind's At Ease 2:17
B1 Virginia Day's Ragtime Memories 3:18
B2 Can I Go 2:40
B3 She's Just Laughing At Me 3:19
B4 Ragged Clown 2:50
B5 Would You Like To Go 2:20