Great funky track from Los Angeles based Dyna-Might.
Originally called Mickey & The Invaders they changed name in 1969 and apparently became houseband at Disneyland(!).
In 1977 they spilt up and parts became a christian band called The Agape Brothers.
From British library label Studio G comes this great track.
Apparently issued in 1970 on the release “Beat Group” in Discogs the track is attributed to Cliff Johns.
However in the comment section on YouTube a user by the name “mikesilurilease” who seem to be the composer of the track writes the following:
Just for the record…. the line up for this 1967 recording was Big Colin Pincott – guitar . Don Gillies – bass, Peter Trout – drums, Mike Lease – organ & composer/arranger. Whilst visiting my parents in South Wales, I was contacted by Studio G at lunch time about doing this session in London the same evening. This and 5 other titles were feverishly “composed” on the train journey, then recorded in a 3-hour session. I’m truly amazed at this response… ! – Mike Lease.
From the album “Uncle Jim” released same year on both Italian labels Vedette Records and Phase 6 Super Stereo.
The Phase 6 Super Stereo release is attributed to “Pinto Varez Orchestra” though, even if the catalog numbers are the same – VPAS 887.
Pinto Varez actually is a pseudonym of Francesco Anselmo, art director for both labels at the time.