The Backgrounds' 'Day Breaks At Dawn' originally came out in February 1967 on the funk/soul label Cenco. No one has ever been able to find any information about the band or any photos. Original copies would cost you 1200 euro if you could find one! The master tapes do not exist and this recording has been taken from a mint copy and then sent to a studio to be mastered. It sounds great, no background hiss etc. On the flip there's a song called 'No One But You' by a contemporary band called The Naives, who actually are not a real band, but are one of many fictional bands made up by a young French teenager (19) called Achille Brunet. He has made lots of lo-fi garage/psych/rockabilly songs all by himself and is also a filmmaker. The sleeve comes in 5 different colours and includes inserts/postcards. Limited to 500 copies.