Among the earliest SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA rock rings, the Mojo Males had local strikes on the Fall months label with “Dance BESIDE ME,” “She’s My Baby,” and a cover from the Rolling Rocks’ “From the Hook” in the mid-’60s. Their early edges shown a raunchy but slim approach extracted from the mildew of English Invasion groups just like the Rocks and Them. In 1966, after woman drummer Jan Errico became a member of from the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA folk-rock group the Vejtables, they shifted to Reprise and pursued folky psychedelic pop directions, and got a high 40 hit having a Baroque set up of Buffalo Springfield’s “SIT BACK I Think I REALLY LIKE You” in 1967. Within their later on days, they created more intricate preparations and harmonies that shown the influence from the Mamas & the Papas and Jefferson Aircraft, although they weren’t in the same little league as those organizations. Their many singles under no circumstances fully shown the band’s substantial songwriting and vocal skills, and after changing their name towards the Mojo and lastly simply Mojo, they disbanded in the past due ’60s.