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very good

underrated group . . . . .

Underrated? Maybe.

The Blues Magoos hit the scene in 1966 with an admitedly unique fusion of garage and psychedelic rock. They had one hit with the incredibly good pop crossover hit "(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet" and then petered out with the decade. The highlight of this album is actually the cover of the Nashville Teens' song "Tobacco Road" which is one of the most gutsy covers of the song you'll ever hear and probably my personal favorite version. Aside from those two songs, the album doesn't have a whole lot to offer. Most of the songs feel like filler. If there is anything to say about it, is that the Blues Magoos were a tad ahead of their time in the psychedlic scene, but many other bands in the same genre are easily superior. This album is only for die hard psychedelic enthusiasts.


Formed: 1964 in New York, NY [The Bronx]

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '00s, '10s

A Bronx-based quintet, the Blues Magoos were formed in 1964 and were originally known as the Trenchcoats before changing their name to the Bloos Magoos and then subsequently adopting the more conventional spelling as they became fixtures on the Greenwich Village club scene. The band released singles for the Ganim and Verve Forecast imprints before signing with Mercury Records in 1966, and after an intense makeover and a marketing blitz, they emerged as a sort of East Coast answer to the then-emerging...
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