Rockin’ Horse :: Yes It Is (1970)

The two core members of Rockin’ Horse, Jimmy Campbell and Billy Kinsley, are masters of English beat music. Students of American R&B, The Everly Brothers, and the Shirelles, the pair could marry a hard rocking groove to a pop hook with ease and could blend their voices into beautiful close harmony. The band itself was a figment of the studio, a one-off ensemble gathered at Majestic Studios in Clapham, South London, to make the great ‘60s rock album four years too late.

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