Chicago garage rock-band Wet Color released several singles in 1966 and 1967 on little labels, three from the four songs being originals by lead singer and keyboardist Costs Giardini. We were holding very routine, unremarkable monitors, the best of these probably getting their debut one “Pity,” using its insistent shuffle tempo and blues-garage-pop taste. In the past due 1960s, a number of the associates produced the Stanley Moss Music group, while several others had been briefly area of the bogus Zombies that toured america when “Period of the growing season” became a smash from then on great United kingdom group split up. All four from the songs in the Wet Color singles, aswell as you previously unreleased monitor, show up on the compilation Simply for Kicks Vol. 1.