It’s a shame that a major label never got a hold of this band because their sound was great. Hey day of the 1967 psychedelic wave.
But reality is these teens were a Trenton, Mi. high school band with about three members coming in and going out in the making of the band. The final four on the only record produced would be Larry Lamb, John Tyno, Larry Micallef & Dennis Odine. 7:30 said was actually side b to “Tell Me Why Your Light Shines”.
The MOLT label stood for the last names of the members with only 500 records made sold to fellow students for a $1.00 a record. Sort of reminds me of the movie The Wonders only sadly nobody in a really nice camper finds them to become their manager. Somebody should have. It would have been nice to see what else they could have further produced.
Nice instrumentation & vocals. I’m wondering if they ever brought the record to WKNR, WABX to get it any airplay.
After high school the band was no more but on this Motown Monday I think it deserves some long overdue recognition.
And who ever uploaded this on YT needs to correct the bands name.
7:30 Said Written by Larry Lamb & Larry Hill.
Released in 1967.
Larry Lamb – lead vocals, bass
John Tyno – organ, vocals
Larry Micallef – guitar
Dennis Odine – drums