Carnaby may have seemed the best exemplory case of Swinging London ephemera, a rock-band comprised of five clerks from boutiques on . . . (you guessed it) . . . Carnaby Road. The gimmick was best for about five ins of press, however the music was another thing with regards to value. Their a unitary for Pye presented an A-side, “Leap and Dance” having a crunchy, fuzz-laden acoustic guitar along with a “Louie Louie” break, a defeat that wouldn’t stop, and decent support vocals behind a business lead singer who was simply no worse than 1000 additional guys trying to create the feeling behind a mike. If they’d been People in america, Carnaby might’ve been garage area band heroes, however they were English, therefore they’re simply footnotes. Rather unfairly, John Cahillane (vocals), Steve Miners (acoustic guitar), Kip Smith (acoustic guitar), Andy Andrews (bass), and Ronnie Ross (drums) by no means got another split at stardom.