Their second and last album was released during April of 1967 and was a commercial failure. The band tried to adapt to the changing music scene at the time as the music had an overall harder edge.
Knight wrote nine of the tracks and while his Dylan clone “Dimestore Debutante” remains interesting, it was the three cover songs that provided the high points of the release. Joe Tex’s “One Monkey Won’t Stop the Show” and P.F. Sloan’s “This Precious Time” were both very good but it was the languid and bluesy cover of The Rolling Stone classic “Satisfaction” that steals the show.
Terry Knight And The Pack probably did not have the talent to become a national fixture. It would be his bandmates, Brewer and Farner, who would grab the commercial brass ring. The legacy of Terry Knight And The Pack is that of a gritty and good regional band and in the final analysis that’s not bad. The reissue is a nice slice of late 1960s Michigan rock.