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Go up into your mind. See the world from different perspective. The joke is over. Take a look at the end and begin. Once you've done that, plug in your strobe light and dance to this song................
Quote: Spontaneous Generation
Personnel: LARRY COLE bs A BILLY HOUSE drms A TERRY KINDALL gtr, organ A TERRY LAWSON ld vcls A JAN WHITTEN ld gtr A
45: 1(A) Up In My Mind / Pictures Of Lily (Fevre 8680) Nov. 1968
Formed in 1966, this highschool quintet from Atlanta played the local clubs frequently, opening for the likes of Paul Revere and The Raiders and The Electric Prunes, and included the latter's I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night in their repertoire. Indeed, it was one of the 'Prunes who encouraged Kindall's father to get them into one of the area's better studios, LeFevre, hence the labelname of their sole 45 that was recorded there in late 1968.
Up In My Mind is an excellent opener on Psychedelic States: Georgia Vol. 1 (CD) - heavy garage-psych with pulsing washes of fuzz and some wah-wah. You can also find it on Pebbles, Vol. 2 (ESD) (CD, Beyond The Calico Wall (LP & CD). The flip is a cover of The Who's hit given a Litter-esque treatment.
The 45 mades waves locally but the end of their tenure at highschool sent them off in separate directions. Kindall remained in the music biz and was still playing professionally in 2002.
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