It’s 1965. A band of five guys, in era-appropriate mop tops, are posing for their publicity photo. However, they’re being photographed completely in silhouette. Their leader is called “Sir” Douglas and their single, “She’s About a Mover,” is zooming up the charts. Obviously, given the moniker, they’re English, yet another British Invasion band ready to score a hit or two before the whole rock-and-roll fad passes, right? But why the shadows and secrecy? Mood? Mystery? Myth-making?
Try Mexico. Because these boys are about as English as... Read More