A beautiful batch of rare treasures by early 60s LA vocal group The Innocents – one that compiles their great singles for Reprise, Warner, Decca
and A&M, along with some long buried demos – and it's a wonderful introduction to a should-be legendary group! The set kicks of with the fragile harmony tune "Honest I Do" – which charted for the group – and it's also notable as an early Kim Fowley production. That track and a good deal of their singles have a nicely done, doo wop influenced pop style that's got a naive charm indicative of the group's name – but there's some more fleshed out pop productions, too – and their style works just as well with those slightly more ornate backdrops. Includes "Honest I Do", "Tick Tock", "Come On Lover", "My Heart Stood Still", "In The Beginning", "Pledging My Love", "My Heart Stood Still", "Be Mine", "You're Never Satisfied", "Angel With A Heartache", "Oh, How I Miss My Baby", "(If You Cry) True Love, True Love", "You're The One" and many more. 28 tracks in all – including some rare demos and other unreleased or otherwise hard-to-find gems!