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E-Types

In the mid-'60s, this group from Salinas, CA, (near San Jose) played a pleasant blend of British Invasion-inspired pop/rock and a touch of garage. With prominent keyboards, three-part harmonies, and original material with minor-keyed shifts, they sounded something like a mix between the Zombies and the Turtles. Very popular within their (pretty limited) stomping grounds, they made no impact whatsoever on a national level, issuing four singles on small labels (most of them with producer Ed Cobb, who also handled the Standells and the Chocolate Watch Band). Certainly they were a promising outfit, capable of offering strong original material (most of which, oddly, was penned by a friend who wasn't in the band, Larry Hosford). They didn't have enough time to convert that promise into truly significant work, however. They disbanded in 1967, when their carefully executed pop/rock was falling out of fashion in California, in favor of psychedelia. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi
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kvons1
these Pandora blogs are a joke! They don't even match up with the songs or the artists in most cases.
According to Wikipedia (fwiw), Things We Said Today was written for the movie A Hard Days Night and was on the soundtrack album. It was also the B side to A Hard Days Night 45 single. Jackie DeShannon did the only U.S. cover.
jmartorano1
Herman's Hermits? Beatles? BEAU BRUMMELS??.. . W o w . . . T r y the Yardbirds!
Not a Herman's Hermits song, at least not originally. Aim higher - Beatles.
I used to drop with brad and steve, (not steve on the box, but steve who brought the mescaline and hooch to the fish net thing). We don't have what was in back then but these brothers really new how to do it beat the right. Amen brother... Amen (not god, like Amen dogma but you know... what ever like happy). I miss all the free drugs and lovin that we had back them. Has anyone got a smoke?
Originally a Herman's Hermits tune. Which is why I was wondering why it sounded odd until I looked at the artist. Pretty good cover. I wonder if the E-Types did their own material.
Wow never heard this song before before!
Used to see them playing at the Coconut Grove Balroom, on the Boardwalk, Santa Cruz.. Also the Chocolete Watchband and the Tikis.
voss_rod
reminds me of the smell of new bluejeans on the first day of school
word

sounds a lot like Spanky and the Gang's 'Sunday morning.
don1983
cool band
Too bad, with this type of prety sound I would think it could carry over into some rather deep psychedelia for the mind expansion crowd.

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