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  1. Simi Valley, CA, psych-punks the Humane Society formed in 1965 as the Innocents -- featuring singer/guitarist Danny Wheetman, lead guitarist Jim…

  2. The Mystery Trend was a rock band from San Francisco, California. They were part of the early wave of bands in the "San Francisco Sound," with…

  3. This was a very popular combo in West Texas between 1957 and 1972. Forming in Levelland in 1957, line-up 'A' did some recording at Norman Petty's…

  4. The Palace Guard were a Southern Californian pop group in the 1960s, that featured a young Emitt Rhodes on drums. Although the band never…

  5. The Elastik Band's "Spazz" is the kind of single so strange and uncommercial that it boggles the mind as to how it managed to get released on a…

  6. Lyme & Cybelle was a male/female singing duo that featured Warren Zevon and Violet Santangelo. They had a minor hit with "Follow Me" in 1966 when…

  7. Formed in the late autumn of 1965, the group lasted until 1967, but not without member losses along the way. The original drummer, Jon Keliehor…

  8. Richard & the Young Lions was a garage rock band from Newark, New Jersey.

  9. The band was formed in 1962 in San Gabriel, California, by brothers Lawrence Perez (guitar) and John Perez (drums), and neighbours George Delgado…

  10. The Del-Vettes were one of the few Dunwich groups to place records on the charts, albeit the charts were in hometown Chicago. Surprisingly, they…

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