Merging country-rock, force pop, psychedelia, and progressive rock and roll, Ol’ Paint had been an obscure strap from Central NY State who later on received a cult pursuing for their only album. Created in Syracuse, NY in the past due ’60s, Ol’ Color presented Tony Caputo on business lead vocals, Andy Mendelson on business lead acoustic guitar and keyboards, Phil Zeppetello on tempo acoustic guitar, John Bujak on bass, and Richard Mendelson on drums. The group obtained a documenting agreement with GWP Information, a subsidiary of RCA Victor, plus they cut their only recording in 1971 by using maker Rupert Holmes, many years before he obtained a hit using the solitary “Get away (The Pina Colada Music).” As the recording was well-received, it fared badly available on the market, and the music group split up without documenting a follow-up. Andy Mendelson and Richard Mendelson later on caused Andy Pratt, best-known for the 1973 strike “Avenging Annie,” and in 1980, Mendelson released a single recording, Maybe the nice Guy’s Gonna Get, with Richard on drums. Andy and Richard Mendelson continued to some career like a documenting engineer. Phil Zeppetello still lives and functions within the Syracuse region, and Tony Caputo unfortunately passed away of AIDS-related ailments in 1987.