The New Colony Six was an American rock band of the 1960s and early 1970s. From Chicago, they placed ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 between 1966 and 1971. Original members were Ray Graffia (vocals), Chick James (drums), Pat McBride (harmonica), Craig Kemp (organ), Wally Kemp (bass), and Gerry Van Kollenburg (guitar). Ronnie Rice (vocals, keyboards, guitar) joined in 1966, replacing Craig Kemp. There were numerous changes in the lineup over the years. Formed in 1964, New Colony Six scored their first major local hit in Chicago in 1966 with "I Confess," featured on their debut album, Breakthrough. Their sound was characterized by Richie Unterberger as "a poppier American Them with their prominent organ, wobbly Lesley-fied guitar amplifications and rave-up tempos", later devolving into "a cabaret-ish band with minor national hits to their credit by the end of the 1960s." Like Paul Revere & the Raiders, they wore colonial outfits on stage. Treat Her Groovy collects 22 tracks (68-69) recorded at Ter Mar Studios, Chicago.
01 - I Will Always Think About You 02 - Dandy Handy Man 03 - Girl Unsigned 04 - Treat Her Groovy 05 - Summertime's Another Name for Love 06 - Just Feel Worse 07 - Can't You See Me Cry 08 - We Will Love Again 09 - Things I'd Like to Say 10 - Hold Me with Your Eyes 11 - You Know Better 12 - Barbara, I Love You 13 - Free 14 - Love, That's The Best I Can Do 15 - Come and Give Your Love to Me 16 - I Could Never Lie to You 17 - Ride the Wicked Wind 18 - I Want You to Know 19 - Sun Within You 20 - Blue Eyes 21 - Come Away with You 22 - Prairie Grey