Led by Jimmy Stephens, the light-singing Safaris strike the very first time away with “Picture of a woman” (amount seven Billboard) in 1960 on Eldo Reports, however the So Cal structured group never really had a different one. The calypso-ish, amateurish “Gal With the Tale in Her Eye” looked appealing before it withered from the map. And “Within the Still of the night time” and “Soldier of Lot of money” (1961 produces) didn’t entice any interest. Severing their ties with Eldo, the Safaris released “Legion from the Shed” in 1961 on Picture Records. It had been promptly dropped in space so far as record purchasers and DJs mattered. Past due that same yr, a final solitary by them arrived, much less the Safaris, but because the Suddens. “Childish Methods” b/w “Backyard of Like,” which also offered because the B-Side of “Legion from the Lost,” fallen on Sudden Information and reached obscurity quicker than a pc buy. A remake of “Picture of a woman” provided Tag Wynter with lots 11 hit within the U.K. in 1962. After probably 2 yrs of documenting, the Safaris/Suddens became section members from the where are they today club culture. “Gal With the Tale…” is a favorite item among oldie enthusiasts.