Well, that more or less is what this is. I could not find much info on the “band” itself but one source suggested that this might have been a legitimate band and not some consortment of studio musicians thrown together by Coronet/Premier Records.
In doing research, I came across a posting of this record from a fellow music blogger, Unearthed In The Atomic Attic. His review is less than positive some of their previous work stating it was “so bad and not bad good”. I am going to be honest, this is not a great album. But in that line of honesty, you kind of had to know what this was going to sound like before purchase and that is exactly what I said above, a cheap Tijuana Brass knock off.
That being said, I am sure this came out sometime in the late 60’s. Other than that, I do not know much else about the subject. A lot of common instrumentals at the time, including “Moon River”, “Midnight in Moscow”, and what was one of the MORE popular tunes of the era (and keeping the alliteration up), “Mondo Cane” or “More”, which is what I used as a sample. For the record, this song has less of the brass on it and is more string driven.
Eh, meh. I know. I kind of knew what this would sound like and it was dirt cheap but I was hoping for more and not just the song.