Adam, Mike & Tim

Adam, Mike & TimFrom: London, England

Adam, Mike & Tim were an outfit out of London, England never receiving the proper recognition they deserve. Made up of brothers Adam and Mike Sedgwick and their friend Tim Saunders, Adam, Mike & Tim were encouraged by a friend to send in a demo to Decca records. Decca liked what they heard enough to offer the band the chance to record three singles. Their first release was 1964’s “Little Baby,” backed by “You’re The Reason Why”, one of the first songs written by future Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright. The single failed to garner much interest at all. Their next release was 1965’s “That’s How I Feel”/”It’s Too True”. After Adam, Mike & Tim’s third single with Decca flopped (“Little Pictures”/”Summers Here Again”), the band switched to Columbia and released two more singles. In 1966, Adam, Mike & Tim released “Flowers on the Wall”/”Give That Girl A Break.” The title “Flowers on the Wall” showed signs of the band trying to succeed in the psychedelic market. The last single features the excellent “A Most Peculiar Man,” released in April 1966. The sitar on the song brings the song to new levels, and combined with the garage band feel the song has, Adam, Mike & Tim show their ability to make a great pop track. Unfortunately, Adam Sedgwick would be the only one to continue with music, launching a solo career in 1968.

Artist information sources include: PeachFuzzFrost, and 45cat.com


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Tracks played on Psychedelicized…

From the 1966 single Columbia DB-7902
A Most Peculiar Man

  • A Most Peculiar Man