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    Main » 2010 » May » 1 » Kangaroo - 1968 - Kangaroo
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    Kangaroo - 1968 - Kangaroo
    Kangaroo - 1968 - Kangaroogenre: harmony psych
    country: us
    quality : mp3 320k, scans
    time: 38'50"
    size: 93 mb

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    When Barbara Keith and N.D.Smart relocated from Boston to Washington DC, they teamed up with local heroes John Hall and Ted Spelios (ex British Walkers), who were based in the downtown area. Kangaroo played at the Peppermint Lounge during their short lifespan.
    Basically their album's a country-rock influenced collection with some rather over-enthusiastic lead guitar. It does have two outstanding tracks which feature the beautiful vocals of Barbara Keith (the only two that do). Certainly an album that's worth a listen. John Hall was later with Orleans whilst, prior to Kangaroo N.D. Smart II had played with several bands including The Mark V, The Knights, Thee Rubber Band, The Remains {1966}, The Bait Shop and Bo Grumpus before joining Kangaroo in 1968. Whilst with Kangaroo he met the performance troupe The Hello People at the Cafe Wha? and worked with both groups for a while. In 1969 he left to work with Leslie West and was in the initial Mountain line-up, before joining Great Speckled Bird {1969-72}, and it's Woodstock based spin-off Hungry Chuck {1971-72}. In 1972 he worked with The Hello People once again.
    Barbara Keith wrote Free The People, the Delaney and Bonnie hit and also released an excellent eponymous solo album in 1969 on Reprise, with one of the best versions of All Along The Watchtower and the participation of Lowell George and N.D. Smart II. Ted Spelios later played with Holy Moses.
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