Grassroots rockers Kitty Mom & the FOREVER Newsboys formed in New York’s Decrease East Aspect in 1967 — comprising vocalist/guitarist Larry Packer, business lead guitarist Charlie Chin, bassist Roy Michaels, keyboardist Bob Smith, and drummer Michael Equine; By year’s end these were frequently headlining the Café Wha?, and shortly were ensconced because the home band on the famed Electric powered Circus. In 1969 the group agreed upon to Polydor Information, with longtime friend Jimi Hendrix agreeing to create their debut LP THE ROAD Giveth and the road Taketh Away — backed by a group of performances as Hendrix’s opener, the record produced Cat Mom & the FOREVER Newsboys’ lone Best 40 strike “CLASSIC Stone,” a medley of pop classics through the past due 1950s. Chin still left the lineup immediately after, and so that they can also sever ties with supervisor Michael Jeffrey, the rest of the bandmembers journeyed to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA to record the follow-up, 1970s Albion Doowah, a pastoral, country-inspired work offering Paul Johnson on acoustic guitar and Jay Ungar on bass. Parker break up immediately after, and the rest of the trio of Michaels, Smith and Equine came back to NY, abbreviating their name to just Cat Mom and recruiting guitarist Charlie Prichard and percussionist Steve Davidson for his or her eponymous 1971 LP. Guitarist Charlie Harcourt changed Prichard for Kitty Mother’s 4th and final recording, 1973’s aptly-titled Last Opportunity Dance, even though group continuing playing live for quite some time to follow.