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Although a Texas, USA-based act, Fever Tree made its mark with a tribute to the Summer of Love's host city with their 1968 anthem "San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native)". Comprising Rob Landes (keyboards), Dennis Keller (vocals), E.E. Wolfe (bass), John Tuttle (drums) and Michael Knust (guitar), the psychedelic band formed in Houston, Texas, in the mid-60s as Bostwick Vine. The name change came in 1967 and the band subsequently signed with the Chicago-based Mainstream Records. Two… read more

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  • Avatar for oldiesfanjohn
    After hearing these guys again, it's time to get back to the garden.
  • Avatar for ashleyrobb
    this is the way out nitty gritty.
  • Avatar for eSpinoza88
    Where do you go? Great
  • Avatar for GummyAttacker
    their version of hey joe is insane, it incorporates so many versions of the song into one, flippin' amazing
  • Avatar for QUICKSILVERMS
    Fever Tree was one of the best debut albums of the sixties, also their fourth album "For Sale" doesn't get the credit it deserves
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  • Avatar for MrMuztard
    Dennis Keller had one of the best voices ever. Brilliant vocalist. San Fran Girls knocks me out everytime i hear it. Easily one of the best tunes of that period.
  • Avatar for zzzoneDOTnet
    Fever Tree was one of the best '60s psychedelic rock groups. I dug them in the 70's and I am still am.
  • Avatar for taxametern
    I really dig ninety-nine and one half. It's just so perfect.
  • Avatar for Pat-Flip
    hey mister and where do you go are 2 of the best songs i have heard in a long time.

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