I think of this as from the dawn of pop, before heavily financed bands starting with the Beatles brought in more stylish, smoother sounds. Contemprary with- Gerry & the Pacemakers - Ferry 'Cross the Mersey- Small Faces - Homburg- Rolling Stones - Paint it black- Marmalade - Reflections of my lifeYou could hear individual instruments without sophisticated recording and transmission. Every other week, a novel sound would invade the pop charts. Hundreds of bands were only flashes in the pan, but they kept the world sane while the money-men looked for ever more profit from destruction and anguish.
I thought "Homburg" was by Procol Harum. I have to check out Small Faces version.
Bro,You brought back those memories...sweet memories!
Sorry, my mistake. I did post the Procol Harum link earlier.