Released in 1966 as the B-side to his cover version of The Skyliners‘ classic, ‘Since I Don’t Have You’, Lou Christie’s ultra-obscure and rather playful, Jack Nietzsche produced track, ‘Wild Life’s In Season’, was never included on an album, and ditto heard on the radio. But despite being seen as a failure commercially, the odd music archaeologist will be pleased to discover the greatness of this magnificent mess of a hidden gem. Unfortunately, Lou’s vocals almost inaudible, so if anyone can figure out the lyrics for this, please let us know.

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Words: Anders Knudsen
Photo: Alamy