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Nights At The Roundtable - Hugo - 1969

(Last spotted going for silly money - but you get to hear it for free) Psychedelia from Australia tonight. One of the most obscure and subsequently
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(Last spotted going for silly money - but you get to hear it for free)

Psychedelia from Australia tonight. One of the most obscure and subsequently legendary bands purportedly from the Adelaide area during the 1967-1969 period, Hugo is almost completely unknown here in the States. A trio, they were likened to The Easybeats and Masters Apprentices (also Oz bands). This track, Hey! Watch Out represents their only single, released in 1969.

Other than that, they are something of a high-voltage mystery.

Play loud - play often.

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