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    Tuesday, 03 June 2008

    ("a major band" - Pulsebeat; "classic psychedelia by any standards" - Freakbeat; "One of the strongest bands in the genre" - Knights of Fuzz)

    Q: If you had the chance to play a gig at any place or time, where and when would you choose?
    A: The Fillmore West, with Jefferson Airplane opening for us.
    (from interview in Freakbeat #7, 1990)

    The Not Quite were a critically acclaimed 60's revival band that flourished in Ct. for over a decade. The group was formed by Dark Lord Rob and featured 60's style pop/rock, with the Kinks and Who as the guiding influence. The addition of Tom Donnelly (drums) and Morrie McCarthy (guitar) gave the group a new power, and a more psychedelic sound emerged ( though psych material had been part of the group from the get-go). Soon an album was released on the Dutch Resonance label, garnering some small measure of critical acclaim ("A major band" -- Art Black). This album is now considered a classic of sorts in European garage rock circles. The group further evolved with the e ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 1964 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 03 June 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0


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