From: London, England
This London area band was formed by Dek Boyce (lead vocals), Jez Turner (bass) and Steve Townsend (drums) in 1965 and was originally called the Creepers. Other members included Barry Clark (guitar) and Peter Whiteman (keyboards).
When the psychedelic era hit in the late 60s, they changed their name to the rather odd moniker We Shake Milk. In early 1969, they switched their name again to Pussy and issued the prog-psych LP Pussy Plays on the Morgan Bluetown label that spring. The standout track on the album and featured here on TWOS is the highly original and spacey 'The Open Ground'.
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Artist information sources include: The book, 'Tapestry of Delights Revisited' by Vernon Joynson.