Deep cuts: Riches from the rock underground
Classic Rock unearths the rock world's buried treasure. This month: Yesterday’s Children - Yesterday’s Children, Map City, USA, 1970. £275 for a mint copy
Mean, lean and hairy acid rock for fans of such greats as Blue Cheer, Savage Resurrection, Euclid and Dragonfly, Yesterday’s Children were formed in 1966 by brothers Denis (vocals) and Richard (rhythm guitar) Croce. Hailing from the Cheshire and Prospect towns of Connecticut, they started out as a typically fuzz-driven garage-punk outfit, releasing their debut single, To Be Or Not To Be, in 1967.