THE JESTERS stompity stomp (1965-66)
They sound a little like a crazed ’60s garage band (if that’s not a redundant description) that owes far more to ’50s rock & roll, rockabilly, and R&B than the usual such group — not as if they’ve digested those influences primarily via British Invasion bands, but more like they’ve studied the original ’50s performers themselves. Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry might be the most audible of those influences, but certainly you can hear some Carl Perkins.
THE JESTERS get gone baby (1965-66)
THE JESTERS strange as it seems (1965-66)
THE JESTERS the big hurt (1965-66)