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  2. Award winning album by Paul Kanter. Blows Against the Empire. With the who was who of rock at the time. Grace Slick, Jerry Garcia, Bill Kreutzman,…

  3. This is the same band as Grace Slick & The Great Society.

  4. This 1970's SF based ten-piece band released three albums in 1971-1972 and toured extensively in Europe. Like most SF based bands of the day,…

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

  6. Grace Slick (born Grace Barnett Wing, October 30, 1939) is a rock music icon, serving as the lead singer of the rock groups Jefferson Airplane,…

  7. The link between the classic Canterbury Scene of the '70s and the D.I.Y. psychedelic pop scene of the '90s is Todd Dillingham - a one-of-a-kind…

  8. The Field Hippies were put together by composer Joseph Byrd, former leader of the psychedelic group The United States of America after the…

  9. During the transitional period of the early 70s, Paul Kantner (a founding member of Jefferson Airplane) recorded Blows Against the Empire, a…

  10. The Sons of Champlin is an American rock band, formed in the late 1960's and hailing from the San Francisco-Bay area. They are fronted by…

  11. Earth Opera was an American psychedelic rock group, active during 1967-1969 and featuring Peter Rowan and David Grisman.

    Both Rowan and Grisman…

  12. There are 2 artists with this name:

    1. Elaborate reissue of an early 70s American psychedelic classic, originally issued on the Kent label as a…

  13. The 31st of February was a 1960s folk-rock group. In September 1968, brothers Duane Allman and Gregg Allman joined their future Allman Brothers…

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

  15. A little known band who released a single album on the Tetragrammaton label in 1969.

    Quatrain were from LA, and featured a line up of Jim Lekas on…

  16. 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…

  17. ...performed with several major bands in this period, including Grateful Dead and the Allman Brothers. The band gained a reputation for wacky stage…

  18. Butch Engle & the Styx were a 1960s Garage/Psychedelic group. Formed in the San Francisco Bay area in 1964 as The Showmen, they released one…

  19. There is at least 3 bands known as Stone Circus.
    1. Australian Stone Circus existed in the eighties and early nineties and reformed in 2000 for a…

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