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Virtually unknown but worth a listen

Ellie Pop is one of those virtually unknown '60s bands, but one that stands out in some respects. Band members included Doug and George Kouri-Dunn (who apparently wrote most of the songs), drummer Wayne Kolar, and guitarist Bill Long (also of the Tidal Waves). They were a U.S. band, although, like other '60s bands, they had a penchant for trying to sound British. The fact that this album came out in '68 and by then, the British Invasion had just about run its course may explain why they never caught on. Their one released album here is uneven, as many albums by 2nd- and 3rd-tier bands are, but they do have their moments. The 4 middle songs on the album ("Can't Be Love," "Remembering (Sunnybrook)," "Seems I've Changed," and "Caught In the Rain") are the standouts. Their sound, besides being something of a confusion of British and American, is also caught somewhere between actual 60's pop and 60's psychedelic. A lot of bands in the late '60s found themselves in the same position and virtually all suffered the same fate. While the vocals on this album pretty typical of this kind of group (just barely staying in tune at times), what does make for interesting listening is the guitar work that, unfortunately, remains in the background much of the time. But listen for the riffs and jams that do come through.

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