Michael Lutz bass/vocals, Henry "H-Bomb" Weck drums,Cub Koda vocal/guitar
Our first taste of real chart success came the following year when the president of Big Tree, Doug Morris, decided to start
Tony Driggins exited our ranks, and Michael moved over to bass. Doug gave us a reggae 45 by Jimmy Cliff &The Trojans
with instructions to work up a rock 'n' roll version of it. "Let Your Yeah Be Yeah" has been cited in some rock history books
as the first reggae tune ever done by an American rock 'n' roll band. I won't dispute that statement, but if I had known we
were making history, I'd-a paid more attention. "Cub Koda"
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