The Pyramid were a Uk group that released only one, “Summer time of THIS PAST YEAR”/”Summer time Evening,” in January 1967. They’re known (if) because among their performers was Ian MacDonald, quickly to improve his name to Ian Matthews and sign up for Fairport Convention. The Pyramid solitary included California pop/rock-styled originals from your pencil of member Steve Hiett, with harmonies greatly indebted towards the Seaside Kids. It sounded just like a even more mainstream undertake the middle-’60s Seaside Boys, and provided the blatant summer time themes from the lyrics, it had been odd indeed the record premiered during the winter season. John Paul Jones, though not really a member, performed bass on both edges, which were made by Denny Cordell, after that also generating the Move. Both edges of this uncommon 45 had been reissued within the compilation Deram Dayze.