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  1. 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…

  2. The Koobas (initially known as The Kubas) were formed in Liverpool, UK.

    The group was formed in 1962 by former members of two other Liverpool…

  3. Honeybus were a 1960s pop group formed in April 1967, in London, UK. They were best known for their 1968 UK Top 10 hit single, "I Can't Let Maggie…

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

  5. Blossom Toes were an English psychedelic pop band active between 1967 and 1969.

    Initially known as The Ingoes, they were renamed and signed to…

  6. Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera picked up on the British psychedelic movement after supporting The Pink Floyd as a soul/blues band called 'The Five…

  7. There are several bands with this name. The UK group The Smoke consisted of Mick Rowley on vocals, Mal Luker on guitar, Zeke Lund on bass and…

  8. Billy Nicholls is a British singer-songwriter. His psychedelic pop album album "Would You Believe?" was conceived as a British response to the Beach…

  9. DAVE LEWIS (Vocals, guitar, piano & organ)
    NIGEL SMITH (Bass, vocals)
    GORDON BARTON (Drums)

    Previously known as The Method, they signed with CBS…

  10. There are at least five artists by the name of Tomorrow.

    1. In the early days of British psychedelia, three bands were consistently cited as…

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