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Fuzz, Acid and Flowers, by Vernon Joynson, is a book comprising "an encyclopaedic guide to U.S. rock and pop from the early-60s to mid-70s covering garage, psychedelic and hippie rock." At one time, the entire resource was online.
The original site went offline some time in 2005. The cover below is from the revised U.K. print edition; this reconstructed entry is from the online edition. The revised version of the book is currently available, published by Borderline Productions.
Note: One of the members of the Villagers has requested that his name be removed from this page. As a courtesy to this individual, we have replaced his name with (name deleted), despite the fact that it was a part of the original text and is common knowledge.
Victoria - The Vydels
A Worcester, Massachusetts folk duo in 1966 who released no 45s. (name deleted) and McKennes would find considerable success after forming Orpheus with Eric Gulliksen of the Blue Echoes and Harry Sandler of the Mods.
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Web version administered by Ivor Trueman.
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ORPHEUS REBORN Home Page
DISCOGRAPHIES with mp3 SOUND CLIPS
The Blue Echoes: click here
Eric Gulliksen: click here
Harry Sandler: click here
Jack McKennes: click here
The Mods: click here
Orpheus: click here
Orpheus Reborn: click here
Sandler & Dunlap: click here
The Villagers: click here