Renowned for his or her garage area cult classic “I’m Not There,” the Sunnyvale, California-based Lil’ Boys Blue had been led by singer/guitarist Larry Diehl, who shaped his first strap, the Tri-Tones, in 1961. The next year he shaped the Conquests with guitarist David Westberry, and in the wake from the English Invasion, the group rechristened itself the Lil’ Young boys Blue, adding bassist Alan Ramsey, keyboardist Ed Willis, and drummer Rick Puncochar. A significant Bay Area preferred, they briefly flirted with Epic Information before decamping to San Francisco’s Golden Condition Studios to record their lone solitary “Consider Me Aside”/”I’m Not really There,” self-released on the Batwing label in 1966. Though an area strike, the record under no circumstances earned national launch, which is the pounding B-side that’s right now renowned by garage area fanatics because of its addition on the 3rd level of the important Back Through the Grave series. Another studio room program yielded the tracks “Simply for Laughs” and “REASON,” neither which was released commercially. After implementing the name Hilton Trolley and a psychedelic audio to complement, the group dissolved in 1967.