THE UNDERGROUND - 'Satisfy'n Sunday' / 'Easy' (Mainstream 660) Dec 1966
Updated post from 28/10/08
Here's a band that lives up to it's name (ie) they're so underground, they're unknown and forgotten. If they were indeed remembered at all.
As for the 'sound' on offer. Well both sides have that L.A folk rock backbeat with male/female vocals and harmonies. Think of typical bands of the era like The Peanut Butter Conspiracy and Yankee Dollar and you'll form the pictures and hear the sounds in your minds of The Underground.
This 45 on Mainstream Records was sandwiched between releases on the label by The Wildflower 'Baby Dear' (Mainstream 659) and Fever Tree 'I Can Beat Your Drum' (Mainstream 661).
It also charted in some local areas reaching number 18 in Gary, Indiana in December 1966 and Top 20 in Akron, Ohio the following month.
A follow up single on Mainstream 667 titled 'Get Him Out Of Your Mind' / 'Take Me Back' sank without trace and The Underground were no more.
THE UNDERGROUND - Satisfy'n Sunday