I Found the Sun

Under Appreciated




Other songs that were recorded the Klubs in that session are another psych killer “Indian Dreams” – three very different versions of this song are also included on the Midnight Love Cycle CD – and an R&B song called “Oh Baby”.  The “A” side of the first single, “I Found the Sun” is a bit tamer but has the same wyld guitar work, soaring harmony vocals and fine songwriting that mark all of the band’s work.  This song is backed on the 45 with “Ever Needed Someone”, a re-recording of one of their earlier Decca tracks, which has more of an old-school Merseybeat feel.  Despite the aforementioned ad in New Musical Express, the fledgling Cam Records label could only place the single at local record stores in Liverpool, where sales were minimal. 


(July 2013)


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YouTube has several songs by the Klubs.  This is the dreamy psychedelic “A” side of their only 45,I Found the Sun”, and the band would be worth remembering for this song alone:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlS5vvs-KLE .  Another winner, Can’t Ebenezer See My Mind? has wyld lyrics in keeping with the title:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=rX5UxktFfQ8 .  This is the title song Midnight Love Cycle from their reissue album whose lyrics recall Tomorrow’s My White Bicycle:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NCBTHxWVWU . 


(July 2015)


Last edited: March 22, 2021