's debut was a pleasant, if marginal, album, blending a light folk-rock flavor with fluffy pop/rock production and songwriting. "Red Rubber Ball" and the follow-up hit, "Turn-Down Day," were, as one might expect, by far the best cuts. The rest was split between group originals and odds and ends from an assortment of other writers, including a cover of the Paul Simon
composition "Cloudy" that predated its appearance on Simon & Garfunkel
's Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme
album later in 1966. On the whole, it's feel-good and not terribly deep 1966 pop/rock, heavy on the breezy harmonies, occasionally using mild touches of experimentation, like the sitar on "Turn-Down Day," and inventively reverbed guitars.