Think of "Stop!" as tuff folk garage, or proto-powerpop, it's certainly a unique and inspiring track, comparable perhaps to the best of the Knickerbockers, with a strong commercial tilt, excellent harmonies and instrumental strength. Released in 1966 on Lindy Blaskeys Lavette label, alongside other classics from New Mexico, the Chob and the Viscount V, it's probably the strongest 2-sider on the label. The excellent, melodic "How Far Up Is Down" remains uncompiled.
Reissue of LAVETTE RECORDS release.
Handnumbered Edition Limited 500 copies.
How Far Up Is Down