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Obscure, rural 70's psychedelic rock band whose debut album in mint condition trades for amounts exceeeding well over a hundred dollars. Best known for their debut LP's epic dreamy opener, "Song of a Sinner," members included keyboardist Ron Linn, guitarist John Baker, singer Steve Geary and bassist Alan Berry. The band recorded their rare debut album at Fultz Recording Studio in Kentucky, the same studio where The Aristocrats laid the underground female-funk fave, “Don’t Go.”

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