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But for a 1967 decision about which single to record, The Human Expression might've been a lot more than an obscure but beloved psychedelic band from Los Angeles. The band was formed in 1966 by Jim Quarles (lead vocals), Jim Foster (rhythm guitar), Martin Eshleman (lead guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass), and Armand Poulin (drums), with Quarles providing the name and Foster's father as their manager. They cut a demo single ("Everynight" b/w "Readin' Your Will," which got them… read more

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  • Love at Psychedelic Velocity '94 is Unbelievably excellent! Recordings from 1965 to 1967 & it still sounds too lively, too trippy... These guys really are a huge obscure icon in the Psychedelic Garage scene. Hats off to them & much more appreciation...
  • good shit
  • songs can tear the skin off. psychedelic garage-rock. -.-.-.-.-. om hari om .....
  • True that, Calm Me Down is a real gem. Such a moving song...
  • Why is "Calm Me Down" not more popular?
  • optical sound is a really haunting record, great stuff
  • Well, Japanther was not THAT great. But Shellshag (opening) was cool. I just listened to the Human Expression, really great, thanks for that. I only found an album called "Garage Greats"... Gonna look for more !
  • every night murked-out guitar bleariness in the background classic
  • really good
  • Everynight.

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