The Doors' band members John Densmore and Robby Krieger served as producers for their sole 1969 album on Ode Records.
The band was never big outside of the 1960s California circuit. The album features all-original songs (virtually every band member contributing to the writing chores). The lead singers are Bernie Schwartz and Barbara Wallace. Songs include Ain't No Good No More, Let Me Through, and the ballad I'll See You.
The band made its film debut in the Bob Hope - Jackie Gleason comedy vehicle movie How to Commit Marriage (1969) as a psychedelic-hippie rock band associated with the young people in the plot of the story. This group did a music video-style presentation in the film, performing their hippie anthem, A Child's Garden.
Exemplified by Some Soon, Some Day and Stars In Heaven much of the set features a lazy, dreamy aura. They were a band heavily influenced by the likes of It's a Beautiful Day, Sweetwater and Jefferson Airplane. Their one and only now-highly collectible record album was released on CBS-Ode Records in 1969.
Famous quotes containing the words chair and/or comfortable:
“Dont want no money from you Ethan, no money, Marty. Just a roof over old Mose head and a rocking chair by the fire, my own rocking chair by the fire.”
—Frank S. Nugent (19081965)
“This is no argument against teaching manners to the young. On the contrary, it is a fine old tradition that ought to be resurrected from its current mothballs and put to work...In fact, children are much more comfortable when they know the guide rules for handling the social amenities. Its no more fun for a child to be introduced to a strange adult and have no idea what to say or do than it is for a grownup to go to a formal dinner and have no idea what fork to use.”
—Leontine Young (20th century)