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    Main » 2014 » July » 24 » Brain Police ~ 2000 ~ San Diego's Only Psychedelic Cops (1964-69)
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    Brain Police ~ 2000 ~ San Diego's Only Psychedelic Cops (1964-69)
    Brain Police ~ 2000 ~ San Diego's Only Psychedelic Cops (1964-69)genre: beat
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    The Brain Police were one of San Diego's most popular sixties groups. Rick Randle had been in The Other Four/The Mandells and Tony Johnson and Frank Mannix came from Sandi and The Accents, two bands that had been local phenomenons. In 1967, Norman Lombardo (The Other Four) and Sid Smith, a local drummer who had led a group called The Roosters who issued a 45 on A&M Records of Shake A Tail Feather / Rooster Walk (A&M 746) 1964, (Sid plays drums and sings lead vocals on this!) replaced Johnson and Mannix. This was the magical line-up that recorded the demo album in 1968. Recorded on a primitive 4-track machine, the record displays a degree of talent seldom seen in a teenage band. Through a unique combination of pop songs and heavy rock (all original material, written by Rick and Norman) The Brain Police created a remarkable document of American rock's transitionary period between flower-power and the guitar-led heavy rock that dominated the scene in 1969. 
    Norman and Sid left San Diego in 1969, relocating to the San Francisco Bay Area and along with Norman's old friend Larry Grant (The Other Four/The Mandells) recorded the 45, using session musicians from the 'Frisco area who remain unknown. World Of Wax is radically different from the version on the 1968 demo album, and, as well, the 'B' side reveals that this band had little in common with the San Diego Brain Police

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    TONY JOHNSON drmsA
    FRANK MANNIX b
    DAVID RANDLE gtr
    RICK RANDLE vcls, gtr, keyb'ds, hrmnca
    BENNY BENNETT perc
    NORMAN LOMBARDO vcls, bs
    SID SMITH drms
    LARRY GRANT gtr

     
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