NEW YORK group the Tempests trim a good record and some non-LP singles in the past due ’60s filled with assertive, brassy, good-time spirit within the seaside music custom, though they didn’t quite use nationally. These were created by brothers Roger Branch (acoustic guitar) and Michael Branch (keyboards), ultimately growing right into a ten-piece music group that was huge even by seaside music requirements. Including two trumpets, two saxophones, and an body organ, the group was all-white apart from business lead vocalist Hazel Martin, whose effective yet somewhat melodramatic performing was among their key property. Their first solitary, “Would YOU THINK!,” bubbled beneath the Best 100 by peaking at quantity 127 within the graphs, but even though they’d by no means build any longer national momentum, these were able to slice a full recording for the Smash label, also entitled Would YOU THINK!. Mostly specialized in strong (if almost unremittingly upbeat) initial material, it had been followed by a few non-LP singles. The recording was reissued on Compact disc with historic liner records in 2007, adding both of the non-LP 45s as reward cuts.