In 1967, the group recorded a self-titled, eleven-song LP containing a selection of Wes Farrell's and Jerry Goldstein's songs, "clean summer rock. The album included "Come On Down To My Boat" (listed on the album as "Come And Take A Ride In My Boat") which shot to #6 on the Billboard charts in July 1967. The song had first been recorded by another group, The Rare Breed, with the same music producer.
Although the debut single was a hit, the group could not maintain its initial success. MGM quickly released a second album in the fall of 1967, Every Mothers' Son's Back, with three more singles that managed to make the charts: "Put Your Mind At Ease" (#46), "Pony With The Golden Mane" (#93) and "No One Knows" (#96). Larsen left the band shortly after Every Mothers' Son's Back was completed, replaced by Don Kerr and the group disbanded in 1968; a compilation album on Collectible Records was issued three decades later. Dennis Larden later joined Ricky Nelson's Stone Canyon Band.