This song was recorded at United Artists studios in Hollywood on December 9, 1965. The musicians were the top guns - the same crew that played on hits by The Monkees, Sonny and Cher, the Ronettes, the Tijuana Brass and many others. They included Tommy Tedesco on guitar, Hal Blaine on drums, Carol Kaye
on electric bass and Lyle Ritz on upright bass.
The T-Bones were assembled to be the face of the group. They were the brothers Judd Hamilton and Dan Hamilton, along with Joe Frank Carollo and Tommy Reynolds. Judd Hamilton told us: "I was Liberty Records designated T-Bones band leader. Neither myself nor any of the 'road' sidemen I hired played on the 'No Matter What shape' recording, including my brother Dan Hamilton, Joe Frank Carollo and/or Tommy Reynolds. We, the latter line up minus my brother Dan, were finally allowed to record what became the last T-Bones album Everyone's gone to the Moon
Dan Hamilton, Joe Frank Carollo and Tommy Reynolds later formed the group Hamilton, Joe Frank, and Reynolds, who had hits with "Don't Pull Your Love (Out)
" and "Fallin' In Love