Q65's cover of Lee Dorsey's "Get Out of My Life" is..., fuck, I don't know what it is. Something like the Yardbirds produced by Allen Toussaint, with Lara Logic playing sax. There might be a handful of you that know what I'm trying to get at, but I know who will, the Mystery Suggester. And that's who I thought of when I listened to it.
In the studio, 1967
Q65 had different lineups, and their music varied in style depending on the era, but there's always something in the mix that's a just little bit out there. There is an undercurrent of wildness, even in their more restrained stuff. Blah, blah, blah. In short, they're Dutch freaks. You dig that sort of stuff, right?
~ NOTE: ALL MEDIA IS HOSTED BY THE BLOGS & SITES NAMED BELOW ~Listen:
Q65 - Get Out My Life mp3 at Stop Smiling 1966
Q65 - Cry In the Night mp3 at Tumblr (?) 1966 (Someone's been listening to "Fortune Teller")
Q65 - I Despise You (streaming) at YouTube 1966
Q65 - Injection/Love Is Such a Good Thing mp3 at Tumblr (?) 1971
Q65 at Wikipedia
Q65 - The book at Ugly Things