THE PLASTIC PEOPLE - IT'S NOT RIGHT


THE PLASTIC PEOPLE - 'It's Not Right'/'This Life Of Mine' (Kapp K-789) Nov 1966

I do not know much about The Plastic People, an obscure folk rock group from San Francisco (according to the Barry Wickham Garage Reference Guide). They released two 45s on Kapp Records that went nowhere, the first one, 'It's Not Right' coming housed in a limited edition picture sleeve showing the boys dressed in the same kind of gear as The Beau Brummels.

The debut 45 is quite a gem with magical harmonies; one glance at the label shows legendary Los Angeles pop psych producer Curt Boettcher's involvement along with Jim Bell. A partnership that produced countless sweet aural delights during the mid to late 60s.


Discography:
'It's Not Right'/'This Life Of Mine' (Kapp K-789)
'Hide'/'Glad With What I've Got' (Kapp K-823)

 
Billboard Spotlight Chart - November 1966

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  1. Amazing production. Curt Boettcher all the way.

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  2. A fabulous folk rocker that deserved to do so much better than it did.

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  3. THANKS FOR SHARING THIS GREAT RECORDING.AFTER SO MANY-MANY YEARS I HAD THE CHANCE TO GET IT AGAIN AND I FELT THE SAME FEELING AND EMOTION AS THE VERY FIRST TIME.THANKS AGAIN AND GREETINGS FROM PUEBLA,PUE.,MÉXICO.

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