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  2. Adrian Pride was a pseudonym for sixties pop-psych artist Bernie Schwartz (not to be confused with actor Tony Curtis who was born Bernard…

  3. Sixties psychedelic pop singer.

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  6. Psych fans know Wonderling because of the oft-comped single "Man Of Straw" (which, 5 years later, is here on this LP), and will be glad to find…

  7. Tom Northcott (born Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, August 29, 1943) is a Canadian folk-rock singer with hits in the late 1960s and early…

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  9. The Brass Buttons hailed fron Rochester,New York, and were friends of the Rascals guitarist Gene Cornish.Born in Ottawa,Cornish later moved to…

  10. Lee Mallory (1945 - 2005) was born in Berkeley, California. He lit out for Disneyland at age 10 in his Davy Crockett regalia, making his way alone to…

  11. The World Column was a late '60s R&B band that featured among others Joel Kaplan and Dave Meyer. Their single "Lantern Gospel" was released on…

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  13. The Holy Mackerel was an American psychedelic group. A short-lived, loosely shifting organization centered around the songwriting talents of Paul…

  14. The Glass Family (aka The Glass Family Electric Band) was a little-known psychedelic/ garage/ pop band that made a fine album for Warners in the…

  15. The Bonniwell Music Machine was the re-christened name given to the late-60's band The Music Machine in 1967. It was changed to give more…

  16. Formed in Los Angeles, California, United States, around 1963, The Rumors' only release was a single for Gemcor Records in July of 1965: Hold Me…

  17. The Misty Wizards were formed by Ted Lucas and Dick Keelan after their previous band The Spike Drivers disbanded. The latter also released a…

  18. Fenwyck was largely the project of singer/guitarist Pat Robinson and a revolving cast of members. Although pop-psychedelic rockers Fenwyck were…

  19. There are at least four artists with the name Open Mind.

    1. English band formed in the mid 1960s (disbanded 1973) by four musicians from Putney,…

  20. Long Island guitarist Faine Jade began performing and recording as a member of the Rustics in the mid-'60s, with basic, energetic, angst-ridden…

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