A Swiss ’60s music group which have sometimes been mistakenly defined as a Uk group because of their 1968 one “Fantasy Machine,” a quite catchy and enjoyable facsimile of Uk bloom pop with high harmonies, psychedelic lyrics, and traveling guitars. The music group had in fact been documenting since 1965, and set up themselves as you of Switzerland’s greatest and most well-known groups. That is clearly a status that’s not conferred upon most, Switzerland being truly a small country. A lot of their initial LP (1966) was filled up with covers of well-known rock hits. We were holding interpreted, nevertheless, using a brash energy which makes the record stick out above the ratings of equivalent covers-oriented albums created around the world during the period. “Fantasy Machine” was a far more original work, and an record from 1968, Watch to Heaven, also got a far more pronounced folk and psychedelic experience than their first outings. Les Sauterelles continuing recording completely in to the early ’70s, and many of their tracks (notably “Fantasy Machine”) surfaced on collector-oriented reissues in the ’80s.