New York City, 1966. Under the management of mafia associate Salvatore "Sally" Moon, three teenaged girls from Harlem and The Bronx cut a record equally inspired by the rhythms of Phil Spector and the sunshine sound of the burgeoning Laurel Canyon scene. The only known photo shows the trio in headbands, draped in beads, and suited in warm breeze white - sonically juxtaposed by a raw but tight anonymous backing band to provide a combination of Girl Group and Garage with a standout slice of Eastern influenced Psychedelic Pop on the title track. Unfortunately for the group Mr. Moon and one of the girls' boyfriends ended up with an extended prison sentence for heroin trafficking before anything could materialize. All that was left behind of The Morning Glory was a reference acetate housed in a hand drawn sleeve.