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Album Review

If you've heard vague rumors about this album and expect it to be a garage punk masterpiece, you might be somewhat disappointed. The group's 1969 debut LP, Livin' Love, is not a collection of gritty, raw garage rock with snarling vocals and plenty of attitude; instead, it's a slick, over-produced, and generally mellow album featuring session musicians and an overall sound that's closer to Dusty Springfield than to the Sonics or Chocolate Watchband. Fortunately, the vocals are relatively strong, the songs aren't bad, and the reissues on Rev-Ola and Teenbeat contain several bonus tracks (including some demos that showcase the band without the studio gloss). The album also provides some entertaining '60s details, such as the wah-wah guitar and repeated phrase "can you find yourself" on "Hide & Seek," which help give the music some personality.


Formed: Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

An obscure and quite possibly fictitious all-girl '60ss garage band from Nashville, Tennessee, the Feminine Complex comprised singer/guitarist Mindy Dalton, bassist Jean Williams, vocalist/tambourine player Judi Griffith, organist Pame Stephens, and drummer Lana Napier. According to legend, the group was formed by Williams and Napier in 1966 while both were sophomores at Nashville's Maplewood High School. Originally named the Pivots, a moniker suggested by the girls' basketball coach, they made their...
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