Rockin' Horse, helmed by Jimmy Campbell and Billy Kinsley, emerged from Liverpool's Merseybeat scene to forge Yes It Is, a 1971 album that blended the rawness of the Beatles with theatrical, hard-rocking energy. Despite initial obscurity and scant promotion, the album's confessional and observational style set it apart. Once overlooked, their album now enjoys cult status, particularly in the U.S., recognized for pioneering power pop and influencing artists like Dan Auerbach and Ex Norwegian. Rockin' Horse's survivalist spirit in a post-Beatles era marks them as unsung heroes of a genre evolving beyond its heyday. The 2024 remastered and expanded edition helps keep their efforts alive.