Denise & Firm did a raunchy, fair-but-not-great bluesy garage area rock solo, “Guy, What’ll YOU DECIDE TO DO Then” (backed by an instrumental version from the same tune), released in 1966 on the tiny Wee label. School of California at Berkeley pupil and lead vocalist Denise Kaufman, who also has harmonica over the one, produced the record using the Berkeley, CA, high-school music group the Answer, released on the tiny label operate by jazz musician Lonnie Hewitt. Kaufman afterwards estimated that no more than 100 copies had been pressed, and uncovered that the melody was about her ex-boyfriend Jann Wenner, who continued to co-found Rolling Rock magazine. Soon after the Denise & Firm one, Kaufman became a member of all-woman SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA rock-band the Ace of Mugs as vocalist/guitarist/harmonica player, composing a lot of their materials aswell, although they hardly ever released any information while these were energetic. “Boy, What’ll YOU DECIDE TO DO After that” was reissued in 2003 on Big Beat’s Compact disc compilation of previously unreleased past due-’60s Ace of Mugs materials, It’s Harmful to You But Purchase It!