The Carol K. of Carol K. & the Hitmen is in fact Carol Kaye, the primary Los Angeles rock and roll and pop program bassist from the 1960s. Carol K. & the Hitmen had been a studio room group, also offering program stalwarts like drummer Earl Palmer and bassist Rene Hall. In 1965 they documented an instrumental guitar-oriented record which place Kaye’s electric guitar (instead of bass) skills towards the forefront. The record provides catchy, innocuous instrumental dance rock and roll, surf, Latin defeat, and easy hearing tunes, impeccably performed of course, but instead generic so far as the music go. These monitors, as well as some demos and a spoken dental background by Kaye covering her lifestyle and work, arrived over the Compact disc California Creamin’.