SPIRAL STARECASE "More Today Than Yesterday/ Baby What I Mean" 7"

Artist Spiral Starecase
Album More Today Than Yesterday
Format 7"
Label Outta Sight
Release date 2014-01-27

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The band, from Sacramento, were formed in 1964 as The Fydallions and were signed to Columbia in ’68 by A&R man Gary Usher. It was Usher who pushed for the name change to the Spiral Starecase, after the film but with a deliberate misspelling. Usher also produced their first singles: an upbeat cover of the Drifters soul workout “Baby What I Mean” and “I’ll Run” coupled with “Inside, Outside, Upside Down”, a Mod/Soul collectable by Al Torino. But, it was Upton’s own composition “More Today Than Yesterday” that propelled the band to #12 in the Billboard Hot 100, selling over one million copies and scoring a gold disc. An album of the same name followed plus a couple more singles but they were unable to repeat their earlier success and within 18 months they disbanded


A More Today Than Yesterday (2:55)
B Baby What I Mean (2:23)