From 1968, it's the surprisingly underrated (and ripped-off by Jimmy Page for crissakes) Spirit and their classic single "I Got a Line On You."
Another more or less perfect record, I think; if memory serves, the Floor Models may have jammed this in rehearsal at some point, but for what ever reason we never worked it up to completion, which is a shame, as it would have gone down a storm on stage, I suspect.
In any event, I've dug the song since the album it was featured on -- The Family That Plays Together -- arrived for me to steal it from my college radio station. I particularly love the guitar solo which -- unless my ears deceive me -- allows Randy California the rare opportunity to showcase his surf music roots.
Saw these guys at the Fillmore in 1969 -- on a bill with The Kinks and The Bonzo Dog Band (and yes, those WERE the days)-- and they were a ferociously good live band. Their secret weapon, of course, was drummer Ed Cassidy...
...a former be-bop jazz guy who was unimaginably older than the rest of the band, having been born in 1923. What an interesting cat he must have been to be able to straddle such different musical and cultural worlds so easily. Wiki informs me that he died just last year, at the ripe old age of 89, which must be some kind of a record for a rocker.