Various Artists

Our Best to You

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A fairly good sampler of Columbia Records 'teen' artists - class of 1967 - Our Best To You show the company starting to edge away from lighter bubblegum pop faire towards slightly heavier sounds of groups like The Byrds and Moby Grape. Oh, they still kept one foot in the adolescent camp with stuff like The Tremeloes "Good Day Sunshine" and Paul Revere & The Raiders "Louie Louie," but alongside such classics such as "All I Really Want To Do" and Aretha's "Sweet Bitter Love," it was a clear signpost where the music and the record company was going.