IDA ANDREWS flute, vcls
PETER BRITTAIN gtr, vcls
ANTON CARYSFORTH drms
STEVE "MARVELLO" DE PHILLIPS bs, vcls
DEBORAH HARRY vcls
WAYNE KIRBY vcls, bs, keyb'ds
PAUL KLEIN gtr, vcls
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS (Capitol SKAO-2956) 1968
Moments Spent/Uptown Girl (Capitol 2274) 1968
This New York group is most notable for the inclusion of Debbie Harry, who was later in Blondie. A dreamy album it has its moments. Aside from two cover versions of Don Everly and Roger Miller songs, the album's hippie flower-pop songs were written by the band members. The outstanding track being the hypnotic narration/chant There Is But One Truth, Daddy, which has a musical backing slightly reminiscent of Pink Floyd. The band took their name from the children's book by Kenneth Graham.
The album was produced was Artie Kornfeld, who contributed to the Woodstock '69 Festival. He also produced another interesting album, A Time To Remember!, which was credited to The Artie Kornfeld Tree.
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