LA group Quatrain issued an obscure recording in 1969 combining period Southern Californian folk-rock, psychedelic, and hard rock and roll affects, produced and engineered by David Briggs (most famed for his are maker with Neil Adolescent). Quatrain grew from the group the Human being Jungle, who released a few obscure singles while authorized to the Two times Shot label, though they often went beneath the name the Berries. Briggs discovered the music group while these were performing a residency in the Topanga Corral not really much north of L.A., and got them a cope with Tetragrammaton Information, where he was an employee producer. Partly because Tetragrammaton itself was having troubles, Quatrain’s self-titled recording attracted little see upon its launch in 1969, the music group splitting up by the finish of the entire year. Lead guitarist Don Senneville continued to try out on two early-’70s albums by Simon Stokes.