Girl, I Want You / Endless Dream - 7"
HMS - 1967
A mint copy of this insanely obscure psych nugget would probably set you back a few thousand bucks if you managed to track one down. What little is known about the record comes from a YouTube post by guitarist Ted Kyte, "We cut that single in 1967 in Calgary. I co-wrote the words and I wrote the music for 'Endless Dream', and played guitar and sang backup on both sides." Rounding out the crew were Rick Buckthorpe on drums and lead vocals, and a rhythm section of Dave Nobes and Drew Mowbray handling bass and keyboards, respectively. Kyte's little contribution to world psychedelia is a gem, taking some revved up guitar and organ and then asking the young ladies to "close your eyes and dream / what would it be like now / if love was an endless dream?" Over on the top side is the even more interesting 'Girl, I Want You', co-written by the other three band members. That one kicks off with an almost somnambulant organ riff, but that sleepy intro is then ripped wide open into a full-blown freak-out. How the good folks at Nuggets and Pebbles missed this one is anyone's guess.
('Girl I Want You' found its way onto the 2007 Wyld Canada Volume 2 CD, while 'Endless Dream' showed up that same year on Volume 3.)
The Adanac Reply
What Would It Be Like? / The Other One - 7"
Jack Hennig and the Breaking Point Group
Busy People / Maybe Tomorrow - 7"
The Northwest Company
Hard to Cry b/w Get Away from It All - 7"
The Threads of Fybre
Mama / Believe Me - 7"