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Although they're rather mistakenly thought of a '60s garage band due to the inclusion of their fine 1965 single, "An Invitation to Cry," on the original Nuggets compilation, the Magicians were an all-around pop/rock group that also drew from folk-rock, blues and soul. They had a pretty intricate history for a short-lived act that only managed to put out four Columbia singles between 1965 and 1967. Drummer and songwriter, Alan Gordon, was playing in an interracial band, Tex… read more

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  • Avatar for Menno75
    Hang on... 'An Invitation To Cry' and '(Just A Little) Faith And Understanding'... Must be two different groups - yes?
  • Avatar for orang_gila
    ♥ Why Do I Do These Foolish Things (Soul 60s)
  • Avatar for crownanchor
    Great r'nr sound :)
  • Avatar for iconan
    Painting On Wood - In the line of the Bam Caruso Circus Days. An interesting collection of songs, mostly from 45s, coming from all over the world. Gems of obscure American and British bands. Some blistering fuzz, psych songs, some pop tunes all mixed to perfection. -.-.-.-. om hari om .....
  • Avatar for jacksexsmith
    Fantastic music
  • Avatar for thisisobvious
    Red Hot Chili Peppers totally ripped them off with "Breaking the Girl". Bastards.
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