SCARCE US RELEASE ON THE 'BOMP' LABEL FROM 1976... THIS EP FEATURES FIVE UNRELEASED TRACKS...
During the British Invasion years, a Cleveland, Ohio band called The Choir ploughed a Brit-focussed furrow from late 1964. Initially and tellingly, they were named The Mods. Their prime mover, Dann Klawon, was a subscriber the switched-on UK monthly Rave, had missed a Mods show to hitch-hike to a Rolling Stones concert and was the first Clevelander to own a copy of “Purple Haze”. His band became The Choir in 1966, played on Who and Yardbirds’ bills, and went through continuous line-up changes. Even so, they issued three singles over 1966 to 1968 beginning with the classic “It’s Cold Outside”. Their music had a moody, minor-key, Zombies-leaning slant.
Anyway I Can
Don't Change Your Mind
I'd Rather You Leave Me
I Only Did It Cause I Felt So Lonely