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  1. This obscure psychedelic band issued one rare album, Breathe Awhile, in 1969 that's very much in the downer-heavy school of the genre. The group's…

  2. The Savage Resurrection were Randy Hammon (lead guitar, vocals) (whose cousin Paul Whaley was in Blue Cheer), John Palmer (lead guitar, vocals),…

  3. RAW MATERIAL is a British band that released two albums in the ealy 70’s that are now highly collectible. The group consist of your standard prog…

  4. Keith Law , songwriter,ex- Jardine and Frank Wilson, founder member, vocalist and keyboard player,are back together writing and recording for a…

  5. Originally released in the US in 1969 in vanishingly small numbers, the Music Emporium's eponymous album has become one of the most sought after…

  6. 1. The Action were an English band of the 1960s.

    They were part of the mod subculture, and played soul music-influenced pop music. The band were…

  7. One of the oddest San Francisco Bay Area bands of the late '60s, Berkeley-based Mad River cut two albums that are highly regarded by…

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

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

  9. 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…

  10. The band Arzachel was a pseudonym of the band Uriel, a short-lived English psychedelic rock band during the 1960s, composed of Steve Hillage, Dave…

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