* Terry Knight & the Pack were a garage band out of Flint, Michigan that had a number of regional Midwestern hits but never broke nationally, and would probably be destined for eternal if undeserved obscurity but for one thing: this is the band that gave Mark Farner and Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad their start.
* Liner note writer Jeff Tamarkin tells the story while you dig these fuzz-laced sounds. The complete 1966 and 1967 releases! (Note: the 1966 album is in mono; it never came out in true stereo. "Reflections" is in stereo!)
1-Numbers 2-What's On Your Mind 3-You're A Better Man Than I 4-Lovin' Kind 5-The Shut-In 6-Got Love 7-A Change On The Way 8-Lady Jane 9-Sleep Talkin' 10-I've Been Told 11-I (Who Have Nothing) 12-One Monkey Don't Stop No Show 13-Love, Love, Love 14-Come With Me 15-Got To Find My Baby 16-This Precious Time 17-Anybody's Apple Tree 18-The Train 19-Dimestore Debutante 20-Dirty Lady 21-Love Goddess Of The Sunset Strip 22-Forever And A Day 23-(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (2010/ACE) 24 tracks Terry Knight & The Pack were the band that gave Mark Farner and Don Brewer of Grand Funk Railroad their start. Their two albums are classic mid-60s Garage!