Jan Ashton [given birth to Jan Errico] was among the hardly any women drummers of be aware in 1960s rock and roll, playing with SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Region folk-rock/psychedelic rings the Vejtables as well as the Mojo Guys. She also sang in those groupings, and her solid folk-rock tone of voice was most likely the most significant asset that both of these bands appreciated. She was also a good songwriter and penned the Vejtables’ lone Top Hundred strike, the 1965 one “I Still Like You,” which sounded just like the lighter function of Vejtables labelmates the Beau Brummels. In 1966 she became a member of the Mojo Guys (who maintained the name Mojo Guys regardless of the addition of the Mojo Girl) and cowrote a lot of that band’s materials with bassist Jim Alaimo. Ashton also acquired a brief single profession in early 1966, when the obscure Fall single “Cool Dreary Morning hours”/”Smile, Smile, Smile” was documented, although apparently not really released. Ashton provides said these are actually Vejtables monitors, despite her single billing. Both edges had been Ashton originals, “Cool Dreary Morning hours” being truly a pleasurable pop-folk-rocker relatively in the mildew of the rockier We Five or Seekers, and “Smile, Smile, Smile” a tougher tune whose moving minor keys had been more commensurate with the rising SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA psychedelic audio. “Cool Dreary Morning” was ultimately issued over the Rhino compilation Nuggets Vol. 7: Early SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, and both monitors are on the Sundazed Vejtables compilation Experience…the Vejtables.