Lovely Feeling released only one in 1967, “All SUCH A LONG TIME Ago”/”Charles Brownish.” The A-side was a passable 1967 Kinks-style tune, extremely similar to the snapshot-of-British life-styled music Ray Davies was composing at that time. It had been outshone by its B-side, “Charles Dark brown,” that was English psychedelia at its most disquieting, informing the storyplot of the average English family man having a most eerie melody plus some from the strangest backwards results to be noticed on any circa-1967 rock and roll record. That might be all she had written, aside from the incredibly tangled manner in which the music group Sweet Feeling advanced into the relatively better-known United kingdom mod-psychedelic group Rupert’s People. Special Feeling’s supervisor, Howard Conder (a drummer who acquired performed in the Barron Knights, the Moontrekkers, and periods for manufacturer Joe Meek), asked Special Feeling songwriter/guitarist Fishing rod Lynton to rework “Charles Dark brown” using a different melody and lyrics. The effect, now entitled “Reflections of Charles Dark brown,” was quite unique of its prototype, using a melody predicated on Bach’s Surroundings on the G String and an even more soft, uplifting atmosphere. Conder after that recruited a music group, Les Fleur de Lys, who acquired released some reputable mod rock information of their very own without a strike, to record the melody in an agreement similar to early Procol Harum. Les Fleur de Lys also documented a B-side, “HANG ON,” but didn’t use Conder following the monitors were performed. The single premiered in any case, and among enthusiasts, has become thought to be among the better little-known United kingdom psychedelic 45s. Conder’s primary idea was to possess Sweet Feeling transformation their name to Rupert’s People in order that there is a music group to market the single. Special Feeling declined, therefore a Rupert’s People lineup was produced around vocalist Chris Andrews (different then the Chris Andrews who acquired several pop strikes in the U.K. in the mid-’60s), who acquired sung over the “Reflections of Charles Dark brown” 45. Ex-Merseybeats drummer Johnny Banking institutions and Tony Dangerfield (who’d documented by himself and is at Screaming Lord Sutch & the Savages) had been also within this group, which lasted just briefly and didn’t record whatever premiered. Conder then returned to Sweet Sense and again suggested which the music group transformation its name to Rupert’s People. This time around, they accepted, as well as the reconstituted group released a couple even more singles in 1967-1968. Both edges of the best single by Special Feeling had been reissued over the Rupert’s People compilation The Magic Globe of Rupert’s People.