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The Californians

Despite their name, the Californians were formed in the Midlands, England, during the mid-'60s. Comprising Mike Brookes, P.J. Habberly, John O'Hara (formerly of O'Hara's Playboys), and Robert Trewis, the band made their debut for CBS Records in 1967 with "Little Ship with a Red Sail." Dressed in matching white pullovers, the Californians' succession of singles for Decca Records and Fontana Records that followed nevertheless featured some credible, energized rock & roll. Their first release for Decca, a version of Warren Zevon's "Follow Me," was well-received before they attempted a cover of another strong American single, Spanky & Our Gang's "Sunday Will Never Be the Same." Subsequent releases were heavily influenced by the growing psychedelia boom, a fact reflected in titles such as "The Cooks of Cakes and Kindness." By the end of the '60s, the band had disappeared from view, leaving behind a final single, "Golden Apples," which marked their return to CBS. No album was ever released, but the 2019 compilation Early Morning Sun collected their work, along with other sides produced by Irving Martin.
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