Under Appreciated

NSU (The Klubs)

In July 1967the Klubs were given a recording test at EMI’s famed Abbey Road Studios, renamed for the Beatles’ penultimate album, Abbey Road in 1970.  Staff producer Alan Paramor oversaw a marathon recording session, where the Klubs worked on covers of Cream’s “NSU”, and “Desdemona” by John’s Children (back when Marc Bolan, later of T. Rex was a bandmember), plus a new recording of their own song “Livin’ Today”.  Paramor called the band “unrecordable” and sent them on their way. 


(July 2013)


Last edited: March 22, 2021