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From: Los Angeles, CA, USA

This L.A. trio was comprised of Ralph Parrett (guitar, vocals), David Capilouto (bass, keyboards) and Gary Green (drums, percussion). They got their start when producer Richard Podolor (Steppenwolf, Chocolate Watch Band) took them under his wing and helped them issue the song 'Teenage Rebellion', which was released as a single and on the soundtrack to a B-movie of the same title in 1967.

In in spring of 1969, they issued their one and only LP on Warner Bros. titled 'Electric Band'. This album is quite good with highlights that include 'Agorn (Elements Of Complex Variables)', 'Guess I'll Let You Go' and 'Passage #17'. All of the songs are originals with all written or co-written by Parrett. Unfortunately, the record didn't take off and the group eventually broke up later that year.

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

Original LPs/EPs

Electric Band

Original LP/EP Label: Warner Bros. WS-1776

Released: March, 1969

Songs from this album played on TWOS:

  • Agorn (Elements Of Complex Variables)

    (Original 45 Label: Warner Bros. WS-7262, B - May, 1969)

  • Guess I'll Let You Go

    (Original 45 Label: Warner Bros. WS-7262, A - May, 1969)

  • Passage #17
psychedelic music
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