Yesterday's Children were an American psychedelic rock band formed in Cheshire-Prospect, Connecticut, outside of New Haven, in 1966. The group's earliest release was the psychedelic rock-influenced single "To Be or Not to Be". Though, at first, Yesterday's Children were a standard garage band, they transitioned into a psychedelic proto-heavy metal outfit that released one cult classic album in 1969 before disbanding.
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Listen to music from Yesterday's Children like Sad Born Loser, Evil Woman & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Yesterday's Children. While the debut single was more like the garage rock of the mid-sixties, by the album (in 1969) the group had expanded into more hard rock and psych; this album is full of psychedelia and loud, sizzling lead guitar playing.
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Yesterday's Children were an American proto-metal band who enjoyed a brief but unsuccessful three year career during the late 60's. They released three singles and one self titled album before splitting up in 1969. Apart from a few spurious pieces of information scattered over the internet and a transcription of a short interview with guitarist Don Howard Krantz not much else is really known about the band. Listening to this album it's difficult to understand why the band didn't garner more interest and attain at least some level of cult status at the time