The Goldebriars made several obscure pop-folk albums for Epic in 1964. The group is normally notable not because of their pleasant yet light-weight music, but also for the inclusion of several members who eventually continued to a lot more significant tasks in rock following the music group broke up. Probably the most prominent of the was Curt Boettcher, manufacturer and performer of a few of the most extremely esteemed California sunlight pop from the ’60s using the Association, Sagittarius, as well as the Millennium. Upcoming Music Machine drummer Ron Edgar was also within the Goldebriars briefly within their last times, although he didn’t play on either of the albums. Vocally, the Goldebriars had been constructed around two sisters, Dotti Holmberg and Sherri Holmberg. At one stage, the Goldbriars acquired three females and Boettcher performing, which, based on the liner records because of their second and last album, “produced the group audio like the Lennon sisters carrying out work music.” That isn’t the type of feature anyone would like to push too much as well as the non-sister feminine vocalist still left the group, though that may not need corrected the female-male imbalance an excessive amount of, given Boettcher’s very own higher-than-average male vocals. Boettcher performed guitar and organized for the Goldebriars, plus some hints from the stratospheric vocal mixes he would focus on on his afterwards pop/rock and roll productions could be heard within the group’s harmonies. Both Goldebriars LPs, nevertheless, are twee period industrial folk music in the tail end from the folk revival, the vocals and agreements sounding inventive sometimes, but gratingly valuable at others. As was usually the case on such folk-pop initiatives, there is an almost eager variety present eclecticism of repertoire, including primary materials, ethnic music, protest music, traditional folk music, and spirituals, provided a relatively whitebread treatment. As various other obscure circa 1964 LPs do, there have been oh-so-vague hints of the rock tempo on a number of the Goldebriars’ materials, particular on the second album, Direct Ahead!, that actually had some gently stroked drums. Ron Edgar provides recalled that Boettcher wished to make the Goldebriars a power folk-rock group, at the same time once the Byrds’ “Mr. Tambourine Guy” had however to become strike and codify the design. Actually, toward the finish of their lifestyle, the group do have a power bass player, business lead guitarist, and drummer (Edgar), and produced an unreleased record using electric rock and roll instrumentation. Until or unless that materials gets released, nevertheless, it won’t end up being possible to guage how innovative that incarnation from the music group was. After Edgar still left the Music Machine, he do collaborate with Boettcher once again on recordings with the Millennium and Sagittarius afterwards in the 1960s.