From: New York, NY, USA
Very little is known of this New York band that issued two LPs and a couple of singles between 1968-69 on the obscure Mr. G label. Members included Larry Milton (electric piano, 12-string guitar), Marc Ellis (guitar), Dave Troup (bass), Bill Yergin (percussion), Charlie Osborne (organ, vocals) and Dave "Joe" Groff (tambourine, maracas). The stand out track from their first, 1968 LP ('There's A War On') is the awesome, Ellis penned 'Better Way'. Their second album ('Sunday Funnies') from 1969 is actually better than the first and includes a handful of standout tracks including 'Sightseeing', 'Great White Whale' and 'The Lost Platoon', which are highlighted by Milton's outstanding piano.
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Artist information sources include: The book, 'Fuzz, Acid, and Flowers Revisited' by Vernon Joynson.