It was the mid-'60s, and the British Invasion was well underway. Aside from a handful of intrepid defenders — the Beach Boys, the Turtles, the Byrds, and the Lovin' Spoonful in particular — it was lonely on the front lines of the American resistance. Fortunately, there was another band in those ranks as well, a group from New Jersey. It was born from the ashes of harmony act Joey Dee and the Starliters, whose instrumental ensemble included, at one time or another, Jimi Hendrix, Charles Neville, and... More >>>