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Formed in Florida by Buddy Richardson, a veteran of the Tampa scene (Outsiders, Soul Trippers and Noah's Ark), White Witch played a mix of psychedelia, prog, power pop, Southern heavy rock and hard/glam rock, with painted faces, powerful vocals and some strange lyrics. Their two albums (on Capricorn Records) are highly rated by some, ignored by others. Flashy vocalist Ronn Goedert was renowned for his histrionics; he sounded like a more glam Robert Plant. Some say he influenced Axel… read more

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  • Interesting !! No problem mixing styles (in this case... southern, hard rock, progressive rock, pop and psych) but even mixing styles ... a band need to set an identity and I could not see it clearly. Anyway worth knowing ...
  • holy shit yes
  • my father went and saw these guys over in americus (georgia),they were playing a show back in the 70s (at the collage,which is still ther).he told me about them.another band that should have got more credit from capricorn records (#1 is obviously captain beyond) i think its funny,class of 2000 some would think have to do with the year and its all futureistic....but just shows you how old this band it.still sounds relavent.
  • glad to have visited them again
  • By the way, if anyone found this page & was exited to find out White Witch had more than 2 albums. . . Don't be. "Never Dies The Dream" & "The Power" are not the same band.
  • Holy Crap. I just remembered these guys and looked em up and here we are !!! I wore out the 8-track from A Spiritual Greeting album !!!! Cruzin around town backin the daze !!! 76 was a great year, smoke rollin out da windows n all man !!!!
  • They weren't ahead of there time you were just behind !
  • different in a good way

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