Vinyl RI of one of the coolest and most sought after 60s garage-trash songs. Originally released in 1967 on the local Zordan Label, the single got famous on Back From The Grave #7, remained the bands only trax-on-wax and fetches prices up to US $ 400 in auctions nowadays. Bill Gradisher (bass, vocals) along with Ed Golisch (lead guitar), Wayne Adams Jr. (drums) and Mike Chevell (guitar) formed the “Travel Agency” in 1966.
The hits of the day were their regular biz, but Bill had the ambition to write a song that was like ”Louie Louie”- but with cleaner verses. “Jailbait” was written in just a few hours and together with Ed Golisch, Bill wrote the B-side, the equally exciting trashrocker “Hard Times”. Upon graduation the band split in 1968 and all band-members went their own ways. But even today “Jailbait” is one of the coolest and most sought after 60s garage-trash songs dealing with underage sex-lyrics.