THE EPIC SPLENDOR - 'A Little Rain Must Fall'/'Cowboys And Indians' (Hot Biscuit Disc Company 1450) Nov 1967
The Epic Splendor were probably a studio band put together by Capitol Records in New York to record and release music on their newly formed subsiduary label Hot Biscuit. 'A Little Rain Must Fall' was a decent sized hit locally but it's way too souly for my blog.
The flip 'Cowboys and Indians' written by brothers John and Terence Boylan is a lyte psych pop song with some great trippy guitar and an unusual beat. It sounds like a bluesy The Lovin' Spoonful.
The Boylan brothers recorded as The Appletree Theatre and John played in a later line-up of The Hamilton Streetcar.
THE EPIC SPLENDOR - Cowboys And Indians
|Stevens Point - Wisconsin - Feb 1968 Radio Chart.....'A Little Rain Must Fall' proved to be a Top 10 hit|
|Billboard advert - December 1967|
|Billboard review - Nov 1967|