The Keepers -In the Meantime CD (Teenline #206) Crystalline 60s-flavored powerpop and poprock from a band that in almost any other place at almost any other time should have been major popstars. They were pals (and a brother) of the Cavedogs from central Ohio who followed their mates to Boston at the height of the garage-rock scene. The 'Doggies made good, of course, but the Keepers' more intricate arrangements and even more hummable hooks went nowhere in Beantown. They recorded a 7-song EP and a radio show in Dayton, then two fabulous demos in Boston at the not-yet-legendary Fort Apache and an hour-long radio concert on the eve of their breakup. Here's 73 minutes of their best: We guarantee you'll love it.