Still Misty But Seeing Daylight
We’ve recently secured the rights to various unreleased recordings from the 1960s and early 1970s.
Chief among them are an album by Living Daylights, who were formed by brothers Garth and Norman Watt-Roy (both of whom went onto carve careers in the 1970s and beyond). The band only released two singles in 1967, including a cover of Grass Roots’ ‘Let’s Live For Today’, but we’ll be releasing all of their recordings on Grapefruit in June.
Also worth mentioning are Misty, a soft rock band in the vein of Procol Harum or Moody Blues, whose sole output at the time was a single ‘Hot Cinnamon’ on Parlophone in 1970. Again, a whole album has now been unearthed.