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The Higher Elevation

From: Greeley, CO, USA

This Colorado group evolved out of a garage band called the Monocles that had been together in one form or fashion since mid 1964. In June, 1967, they changed their name to the Higher Elevation to acknowledge some key personnel changes they had recently gone though. Members included Jon Floth (lead guitar, vocals), Rick Hull (bass, vocals), Peter Johnson (keyboards), Tim McDonald (guitar) and Bob Saunar (drums).

Later in 1967, they backed DJ Dave Dimond and issued the famed 'Dimond Mine' single on the local Chicory label. In 1968, they signed to Liberty Records and issued three 45s in the span of about a year. The second Liberty record includes the outstanding 'Summer Skies' on the A-side, while the incredible 'Odyssey' graces the promo side of the third Liberty 45. Unfortunately, none of their records sold well and they eventually broke up in 1969.

Artist information sources include: The book, 'Fuzz, Acid, and Flowers Revisited' by Vernon Joynson.

Singles/Unreleased

Odyssey

(Original 45 Label: Liberty 56094, A - February, 1969)

Summer Skies

(Original 45 Label: Liberty 56035, A - April, 1968)

General Compilations

Fading Yellow, Vol. 2

This compilation CD contains the following songs by this artist that are played on TWOS:
- Summer Skies

Psychedelic States: Colorado In The 60s

This compilation CD contains the following songs by this artist that are played on TWOS:
- Odyssey

psychedelic music
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