Shadrack Chameleon had not been a lot a music group since it was a collective of music artists from a few popular later-’60s Iowa rock and roll rings. Steve Fox and Randy Berka had been close friends we were young in Fort Dodge, Iowa in the first ’60s where these were inspired to get guitars after hearing the Beatles. Fox’s family members shifted to Illinois in 1964 but came back three years afterwards to Humboldt, near Fort Dodge. By this time around, Berka had began a music group with organist Jon Porter, drummer Tom Northup, and guitarist John Callahan, which progressed into Lazy River. With Artie Strutzenberg overtaking drum tasks from Northup and by adding Tag Flanagan on bass, Lazy River became a favorite music group, playing gigs through the entire area. Steve Fox began his own music group, Crosstown Visitors, with mates Dan Dodgen (drums), John Brandsgard (electric guitar), and Doug Sandvig (bass). With the outset from the ’70s, inner conflicts ran saturated in both rings, and Callahan, Strutzenberg, and Flanagan shaped Goo, acquiring Brandsgard together. Berka and Porter asked Fox to become listed on them, and Shadrack was created. In the summertime of 1972, the owners of IGL Information in Iowa got noticed Shadrack play and had been impressed more than enough to record an individual with the music group, but by 1973, Shadrack was basically over, with people heading off to university as well as other pursuits. By the end of 1973, different employees from Lazy Smoke cigarettes, Crosstown Visitors, and Shadrack (with Steve Fox the continuous) documented Shadrack Chameleon on the reel-to-reel tape machine within a studio that they had constructed from a vintage storage shed. Just 300 LPs had been released by IGL beneath the name Shadrack Chameleon, the “Chameleon” added as an afterthought.