Singer Phil May helmed one of the proto-punk groups of the 60s, Pretty Things. David Bowie called him “God.” The Clash, The Ramones, and Nirvana agreed.
The La’s created pop songs, many of which were as infectious as those of their Liverpool brethren, The Beatles. So after one album, what happened?
Al Kooper has left his mark on some of the classic songs and albums of the 60s and 70s. We look at his time as a singer, player, and producer.