Not to end up being confused with a small number of other rings using the same name at that time, the Mad Hatters were a garage area music group from Annapolis, Maryland who began functioning jointly in 1964. Featuring Dave Vittek on business lead vocals, Tom Curley on business lead electric guitar and harmonica, Alan Fowler on bass, and Richard Kumer on drums, the Mad Hatters have been playing regional clubs for approximately a year if they had been spotted by manufacturer and supervisor Barry Seidel. Seidel enjoyed the music group and signed these to his creation business, Traydel Productions. Seidel and his business partner Tony Traynor quickly got the Mad Hatters in to the studio room and created their first solitary; the A-side was a hardcore rocker compiled by Curley known as “I WANT Love,” as the turn was an uptempo cover of “Blowin’ in the Blowing wind.” Seidel and Traynor certified the solitary to Ascot Information, a department of United Artists Information, and it had been released in nov 1965. “I WANT Like” was a solid vendor in Baltimore, Washington D.C., and a small number of other markets, nonetheless it didn’t break big nationally, and even though the Mad Hatters slice a second solitary for Ascot (“THIS IS ONE WAY It’s Gonna Become” b/w “Proceed Find a Like,” both edges compiled by Curley), the label scrapped the discharge after pressing promotional copies. The Mad Hatters were able to rating another cope with Fontana Information, who released “I’ll Arrive Operating” b/w “Hello Lady” in past due 1966. The record didn’t get that promotion commercially, and a set of folk-rock music the group documented beneath the name “the FAMILY MEMBERS” had been by no means released. In early 1967, Dave Vittek remaining the group, even though the Mad Hatters continuing for some time with Bobby Howard on vocals, the music group had dropped momentum and within a couple of months they’d split up once and for all. Drummer Richard Kumer would continue to try out with another mentioned Washington D.C. region music group, the Fallen Angels. “I WANT Like” belatedly became a preferred of garage rock and roll collectors, as well as the Mad Hatters’ little body of function provides since been reissued on many compilation albums.