|bullfrog's love call, but right in the middle of all that blue eyed soul-catastrophes you're confronted with "She's Mine", a majestic variation of the "Louie Louie"-riff with an organ solo that cuts like Ripper Jack. The Dentals from Tuebingen had this one 7" on the local HE-label and although their version of Bobby Troup's classic swinger "Route 66" is fine, the essential reason for inclusion are the much funny tongue tricks of these lingo acrobats. As if it wasn't enough that we here in Swabia invented the automobile...The Dentals convincingly demonstrate their revolutionary method of learning English on the loo and prove that it's possible: Arrive without travelling. Next stop Babylon.
The Black Points were active in and around frankfurt and shared the above mentioned Lp with The Skins. They specialized in uptempo R&B and Soul coverversions like all good mods should, with the odd original thrown in for good measure. One such is "Don't Forget", a daring hybrid of Rubber Soul-period Beatles and Caruso on bad acid. Sounds like Mike Tyson chewing some lobes...
Purists called it the desperate attempt to jump the psychedelic bandwagon, but "Run Me Down", a non-LP single on Layola and the swansong of The Sevens, much much rather sounds like the other side of