A raga-rock band in the mid-1960s, the Seventh Sons claimed (in the liner records of their sole record) to have already been the initial music artists to ever execute a raga with electric powered equipment (in 1964). Whether that is true or not really, if they’re appreciated in any way, it’s for just two issues. Buzz Linhart, afterwards a solo musician and songwriter of cult repute, was guitarist, vibraphonist, and business lead vocalist in the group, plus they offered as cult folk-rocker Fred Neil’s support outfit for a while in the middle-1960s, although they under no circumstances recorded using the vocalist. Linhart was, once again according to people liner records, “the sparkplug behind a lot of the Sons’ first material, ” as well as the trio was done by drummer Serge Katzen and bassist Adam Rock. Flute participant Frank Evatoff produced the Seventh Sons a quartet on the only record, recorded with an Ampax 601 recorder in Evatoff’s loft. A half-hour raga (suitably entitled “Raga, ” which can be the title from the record itself), it’s a fascinating footnote in the framework of the days, but most likely does not display the group with their greatest advantage with regards to either material, efficiency, or fidelity.