Post Tagged with: "California"
I try my best not to judge an album by its cover or a band by its name. But every now and then one of those things catches my attention.Read more ›
Operating out of Alhambra, California, the Second Helping signed on the dotted line with the local Viva label, where they issued three singles during their livelihood.Read more ›
From San Diego, California came the Monroes, whose impossibly infectious “What Do All The People Know” stalled at the #59 spot on the national charts in the spring of 1982.Read more ›
Copping a cue from the Beatles, the Byrds and the Vejtables, the Whatt Four figured it would be quite hip to misspell their name. Yes, that was the thing to do back then, and such a practice continued onRead more ›
Pressed in very sparse quantities on the Liverpool label in the fall of 1966, this single quickly drifted into darkness with the assumption it would never be heard again. But you can’t keep a good disc downRead more ›
Some one hit wonders are deserving of the status simply because they lack quality material to make a further stand. But that is definitely not the case with the Syndicate of SoundRead more ›
Although the mystical name suggests a psychedelic consciousness, this Southern California act actually specialized in jugband-styled folk rock.Read more ›