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Nights At The Roundtable - Blossom Toes - 1967

(Blossom Toes - They were ever so clean) Back to 1967 tonight - the unsung heroes of the Psychedelic era, Blossom Toes. A great band whose members
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(Blossom Toes - They were ever so clean)

Back to 1967 tonight - the unsung heroes of the Psychedelic era, Blossom Toes. A great band whose members went off and joined other groups after their split up in 1970. Resurrecting somewhat slightly as B.B. Blunder in the early 70s for one album and then splintering off into other bands again and solo careers.

It's a wonder Blossom Toes weren't more popular or even issued in the States. But it's one of the many mysteries and perplexities of the music business that turns obscure clumps of vinyl into solid gold and mythical legends out of a bunch of guys who were good at what they did and had a lot of talent.

This track, You is off their first lp "We Are Ever So Clean", recorded for Giorgio Gomelski's Marmalade Records in 1967.

1967 continues to be an interesting year.

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