the Roving Mob
L-R: Tom Williams, Larry Lykins, Don Campbell, Steve Sorah, Dennis Fox
The Roving Mob were five teens from the Fairborn area (well, one was from Belmont), a northern suburb of Dayton. They recorded a 45 at King Studios in Sept/Oct 1966 of two original songs written by band members Don Campbell and Tom Williams. A quantity of unplayed copies of the record was found at a garage sale about 1992, probably from the Campbell family who had helped finance the record (the WLC ‘label’ name was the initials for Don Campbell’s father, Walt, who was their manager). The band was popular locally and played many teen dances during their 2 year existence. According to newspaper sources, the band started in the summer of 1966 and was still active in January 1968.
The band members were Don Campbell (rhythm guitar), Tom Williams (organ), Steve Sorah (lead guitar), Dennis Fox (bass), and Larry Lykins (drums)
L-R: Steve, Larry, Don, Tom. All the pictures were taken in the Campbell family basement.
Cause That's The Way Love Should Be / You'r The One (WLC 630) Oct '66