The Ceyleib People was a short-lived Raga-Rock band from Los Angeles. Their only album, Tanyet, released in 1967 on Vault Records, features Wrecking Crew session musicians Mike Deasy on guitar, Larry Knechtel on keyboard, Lybuk Hyd (an alias for Deasy) on vocals and guitar, and Joe Osborn on bass, as well as Deasy’s son, Mike […]
Friar Tuck And His Psychedelic Guitar is an album by Friar Tuck (another alias for Mike Deasy). It was released 1967 on Mercury. It was re-released in 2007 with 4 bonus tracks.
Carnival (1969, Liberty) is the only album released by The Carnival. The Carnival was an American pop group formed by percussionist José Soares and vocalist Janis Hansen, both formerly of Sergio Mendes’ Brasil ’66. Initially a joint venture between Walter Wanderley and the original members of Brasil ’66, the group eventually settled into a quartet […]
Ketty Lester (1969) is the sixth solo album by Ketty Lester. Ketty Lester (born Revoyda Frierson; August 16, 1934) is an American singer and actress known for her 1961 hit single “Love Letters”, which reached the top 5 of the charts in the U.S. and the UK. She is also known for her role as […]
“The Yard Went On Forever” is a song recorded by Richard Harris for his second studio album, The Yard Went on Forever (1968).
Love’s Lines, Angles and Rhymes is the sixth album by American pop group The 5th Dimension, released in 1971. The title song had been recorded originally by Diana Ross the previous year. It reached #17 on Billboard’s Top 200 Album Chart and became the band’s third consecutive album to be certified Gold. Following the success […]