The WILL-O-BEES - 'If You're Ready' / Shades Of Gray' (Date 2-1543) 1968
Good two sided 45 from a three piece band that I think came from New York. Fuzz, Acid & Flowers give a Chicago base but perhaps that's because The Will-O-Bees cover 'If You're Ready' which was originally done by a band from Chicago called The Pride And Joy. They were formally called The Del-Vetts of course.
The Will-O-Bees version is a solid effort, quite punky with some great bass lines high in the mix and a garage guitar break that is just not long enough.
The other side is also a cover version. This time they tackle The Monkees 'Shades Of Gray' from their Headquarters LP. It's a pleasant flower power style attack but still a bit rough around the edges.