Four Jacks And A Jill were from South Africa and consisted of vocalist Glenys Lynne, bassist Clive Harding, guitarist Til Hanneman, guitarist Bruce Bark, and drummer Tony Huges.
They were very popular and successful in their home country but only had one big hit in the United States. “Master Jack” was released during early 1968 and peaked at number 18 on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart. It did much better on the CASHBOARD Singles Chart reaching number five.
“Master Jack” was a gentle fusion of pop asnd folk. Four Jacks And A Jill are still active in their home country.