1967 saw the Turtles as practically a new band, with a new sound, and in search of a new song.
In early 1966, the band had seen the Lovin’ Spoonful play live, and had immediately found the missing piece of their style. 990 more words
But is it about the Monkees or not?
With Gene Clark gone from the band, the Byrds’ star was fading. Without their lead singer and most commercial songwriter, their last two singles had only reached numbers 44 and 36 in the charts. 957 more words
“There’s something happening here, what it is ain’t exactly clear…”
The story of how Buffalo Springfield formed is one of those too-good-to-be-true rock legends. Stephen Stills had met a musician called Neil Young on a visit to Canada in 1964, and admired him greatly. 965 more words
Love had never been the most easy-going of bands, and by the time they recorded their second album, Da Capo, the relationships both within the band and between the band and the rest of the music business all seemed to be reaching breaking point. 1,028 more words