THE TYME SOCIETY - 'Leaves Are Turnin' Brown'/'Wonderin' Why' (Psych-Out Records 45007) 2000
Following the demise of The Others Massimo del Pozzo formed a new group called The Tyme Society who also played a brand of '66 folk garage, so in all honesty they sounded just like The Others, especially as both outfits had Massimo's distinctive vocals and utilized jangle.
This was The Tyme Society's first release on the small indie label Psych-Out Records. It was pressed in a quantity of 500. Both sides are del Pozzo originals and were recorded at Delta Studio in Rome during February 2000.