Kim Fowley

Biography

21 July 1942, Manila, the Philippines. A prodigious talent, Fowley’s role as a producer, songwriter, recording artist and catalyst proved important to 60s and 70s pop. He recorded with drummer Sandy Nelson during the late 50s and later worked with several short-lived hit groups including the Paradons (‘Diamonds And Pearls’) and the Innocents (‘Honest I Do’). Durable success came from his collaborations with school friends Gary S. Paxton and Skip Battin, who performed as... Read more

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garage rock
psychedelic
psychedelic rock
rock
60s
garage
proto-punk
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