Psychedelic-Rock'n'roll: All Of Thus - All Of Thus (60s GARAGE US 1967)

6 April 2009

All Of Thus - All Of Thus (60s GARAGE US 1967)


ALL_OF_THUS,1967,PSYCHEDELIC-ROCKNROLL,GARAGE,NEW_YORK,USA,FRONT"ALL OF THUS - 1967 ALL OF THUS" (60s GARAGE US 1967)

"All Of Thus" was a 60s Garage band from New York City which released their one and only eponymous album (Century Records 27916, 1967) in 1967 on the independent "Century Records" label .

ALL_OF_THUS,1967,PSYCHEDELIC-ROCKNROLL,GARAGE,NEW_YORK,USA,century"All Of Thus"' LP was originally released as a High School project and was limited to 200 copies.


"All Of Thus"' album had a punked-up Zombies sound, with dreamy teenage vocals and a fractional Acid edge to some lyrics.
Less than half is cover versions, which is unusual for the era.
A few slow cuts drag on, the rest is solid 60s GARAGE pre-hippie music
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ALL_OF_THUS,1967,PSYCHEDELIC-ROCKNROLL,GARAGE,NEW_YORK,USAA first group to cover many aspects, the organ system hurtling Punk tailored to the rough-live Zombies' "It's All Right With Me", made a brilliant own arrangements rather Byrds' "Bells Of Rhymney", cute "Spencer Davis Group"'s "Keep On Running", in the version histories of many "Burt Bacharach" "Walk On By".
Personnel: "Don Corbit" (guitar, bass guitar), "Barry Dalgeish" (drums), "Jerry Heukensfeld" (organ, piano), "John Johnston" (guitar, piano, organ).

2 Comments :

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this. This is the only band I know that has a singer that sounds like Terry Reid. Very cool.

Steve

Anonymous said...

This is awesome. I used to have this album back in the day, as my friend's brother was in this band. As a side note, they were from a small town outside of Rochester,.... Victor, NY