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  1. Formed in late '66 they were spotted by someone of CBS Records and wanted them to record a record which was strange for a unknown band, what…

  2. An obscure Massachusetts band of the late 1960s, Lazy Smoke offered a sort of Transatlantic psychedelic sound with roughly equal debts to…

  3. Thorinshield is sometimes labeled a sunshine pop band by collectors, but though they share some traits with Californian sunshine pop artists, they…

  4. The original line-up was formed in May 1967, by Sault St. Marie singer Keith McKie (b. November 20, 1947, St. Albans, Herts, England, emigrated to…

  5. New England's Blades of Grass were every bit as good as any of the other so-called sunshine pop groups that surfaced in the psychedelic summer…

  6. Rainbow Ffolly, an psychedelic art-rock band, evolved in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, in the 1960's from a group called Force Four. Jonathan…

  7. This is one of the better Beatles-inspired US pop/psych albums. It’s a short album (ten brief songs), but still has a bunch of variety and melodic…

  8. The David, who came from Los Angeles, made an interesting album which has now become a collectors' item. The title track blends Eastern, chantlike…

  9. Gary Walker and The Rain were formed in the autumn of 1967. The group consisted of Paul “Charlie” Crane (lead vocals/rhythm guitar/piano), John…

  10. Skip Bifferty are something of a lesson in musical survival, and doubly so, since most of its members had viable and even highly successful careers…

  11. Rupert's People have a very sketchy history were formed in 1967 after bass player Tony Dangerfield was approached by columbia records, he then…

  12. This obscure late-'60s band was typical of many young Boston groups of the era in their eclectic blend of psychedelic influences, with a sound…

  13. Please chaFormed 1969, London, United Kingdom
    Disbanded 1970 //
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  14. Plastic Penny was a British psychedelic rock band active in the late 60s. Their single "Everything I Am" (a cover of Box Tops' tune) charted in…

  15. The Tea Company from New York City was one of the early birds from the US psychedelic underground scene with an LP on the market by 1968…

  16. At fifteen Jay Kaye made the trek from California to British Columbia to record his debut album, 1968's Suddenly One Summer for White Whale…

  17. The Baroques formed in 1966. In January 1967 they signed a contract with Chess Records. By June 1967, both the album "Iowa" and single "Mary…

  18. Dantalian’s Chariot was a short-lived British psychedelic band in the same whimsical manner of groups like Pink Floyd and The Beatles. They also…

  19. Paul Parrish grew up in Walled Lake, Michigan. He began playing piano at the age of 3, and always lived in a world of music. Of his ten or so…

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