|that "Play With Fire" still was ringing in their ears when "Emotions" was their Stones and Pretties-addiction to us. A rare combination of cello and tambourine as lead instruments makes perfect sense when you imagine released some weeks after the first Velvet Undergrounde LP in 67. (Yes, Sir, that were quite confusing times with more new waves every two months than during the last decades)
From Switzerland to Austria: The Mimes (Vienna) had at least four singles between 66 and 69. "Drives Me Mad" on Accordia was the first and - due to their enthralling amateurish enthusiasm - finest of a band, that lost most of that charm as soon as they took lessons and learned how to play.