Unfortunately, Acidity Gallery were not as daring while their name promised they could be, their music getting decidedly more pop than psychedelic or freakbeat. These were a four-piece music group led by guitarist/vocalist Vic Elmes and offering Mike Blakely, the sibling from the Tremeloes’ Alan Blakely, on drums. They’d began lifestyle as the Epics through the middle-’60s but turned towards the hipper sounding name around enough time from the 1967 psychedelic explosion. These were most notable because of their 1967 United kingdom CBS one “Dance Throughout the Maypole” b/w “Best Bottom Blues,” the A-side which was created and made by Roy Timber, who also sang support vocals onto it, and was became a member of in the last mentioned capability by his upcoming Move/ELO bandmate Jeff Lynne. Blakely afterwards joined up with Jeff Christie’s music group, known as Christie, and brought Elmes in being a guitarist and songwriter aswell.