The Electric Prunes
|Genres:||Holiday & Seasonal Pop / Rock|
|Tags:||psychedelic rock psychedelic garage rock 60s classic rock rock garage|
|Decades:||1960s 1980s 1990s 2000s|
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Formed in Los Angeles, California, USA in 1965, the Electric Prunes originally consisted of Jim Lowe (San Luis Obispo, California, USA; vocals, guitar, autoharp), Ken Williams (b. Long Beach, California, USA; lead guitar), James Weasel Spagnola (b. Cleveland, Ohio, USA; guitar), Mark Tulin (b. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; bass) and Michael Weakley aka Quint (drums), although the latter was quickly replaced by Preston Ritter (b. Stockton, California, USA). The quintet made its debut with the low-key Aint It Hard, before achieving two US Top 20 hits with I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) and Get Me To The World On Time. These exciting singles blended the drive of garage/punk rock, the rhythmic pulse of the Rolling Stones and the experimentalism of the emerging psychedelic movement. Such performances were enhanced by Dave Hassingers accomplished production. The Prunes debut album was hampered by...