Described by the Los Angeles Times in 1969 as “a lukewarm jazz quartet masquerading as a blues band”, San Francisco outfit A.B. Skhy featured a group of musicians who ranged from competent to superb.
Their songs, though, were almost identical in progression and format (intro-two verses-guitar solo-organ solo-verse-end) and distinguishable only by differences in tempo.
The band released two albums (with different personnel) and started a third before splitting up.
Curley (James) Cooke