The Music Business were a studio-only group formed for the express reason for recording a jazz version from the Beatles’ Silicone Soul LP soon after that album arrived in the mid-’60s. The LP, known as (logically more than enough) Silicone Soul Jazz, shown fairly simple jazz-pop covers of each song for the U.S. edition of the Silicone Soul album, following exact same monitor sequence. It had been an exploitation LP, natural and basic, but as might be found go, it had been pretty good. Offering a number of the best pop session music artists in Hollywood (drummer Hal Blaine, pianist Don Randi, guitarists Tommy Tedesco and Adam Burton), it had been made by Marshall Lieb (who’d experienced the TEDDIES with Phil Spector), as well as the preparations were pretty vivacious while preserving the melodic power from the Beatles’ compositions. Originally released on the tiny Mirwood label, it had been reissued on Compact disc by BGP in 2006.