An obscure yet intense United kingdom beat band, The Sons of Fred included guitarist Mick Hutchinson within their line-up. Their primary audio, along their 1964 debut one on EMI-Columbia, “Special Appreciate” b/w “I’M GOING TO BE There,” was extremely r&b oriented, however the music group switched to Parlophone the next year and had taken on a somewhat even more pop orientation, like the Hollies because of the high harmonies as well as the crunchy guitars. After that, for their last one in 1966, “Baby What WOULD YOU LIKE Me TO ACCOMPLISH” b/w “You EXPLAINED, marked a go back to r&b before they split. Every one of the Sons of Fred singles are worthy of hearing, and since they also trim singles beneath the brands Odyssey (“JUST HOW LONG Is Period,” on Hit) in 1966, and, within a relatively changed line-up, as Tandem (“Forms And Shadows” on Section One) in 1969, you can come near assembling a complete album built throughout the group in its different incarnations. Mick Hutchinson continued to play using the Sam Gopal Wish and also performed on Chris Rea’s record Playing golf in 1980.