J.K. & Co. :: Suddenly One Summer

You'd be hard pressed to find many 60s psych enthusiasts that dislike J.K. & Co.'s Suddenly One Summer; incidentally the only album the group ever released.

Recorded in 1968, leader Jay Kaye was only 15 at the time, and for someone so inexperienced in the studio, the lyrics, vocals and musicianship are remarkably advanced. Traveling from his . . .

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