Hailing in the Philadelphia area, Blessed End was a five-piece rock-band with a appear often in comparison to that of the Doors. The music group was conceived in 1968 by Ken Carson (bass) and Jim Shugarts (electric guitar) once the two had been senior high school sophomores. Having neither possessed nor performed a guitar, both bought their initial instruments that summer time and practiced continuously at each other’s homes. In 1969, Carson’s neighbor Lenny Perchowski (acoustic guitar) joined both, accompanied by schoolmate Mike Petrylak (drums) and Doug Teti (vocals), whom they fulfilled, in quality garage-band fashion, inside a bowling little league. They started playing at dances and celebrations after a couple of months of practice, and may be discovered playing a normal gig most Fridays in the coffeehouse in the United Methodist Chapel in Drexel Hill, which would end up being the center from the band’s interpersonal life, along with the place where they honed their abilities and audio. Perchowski remaining the music group in 1970 to wait medical school, as well as the music group thought we would replace him having a keyboardist rather than another guitarist, therefore Steve Quinzi arrived up to speed. Quinzi and Shugarts created a songwriting collaboration and required their ten greatest songs in to the studio room to record Movin’ On in the summertime of 1971. Documented entirely in a single day, including many songs recorded totally live, the recording indeed bore a definite Doors influence. It had been only pressed inside a operate of one thousand and was very good, otherwise earth-shatteringly original, however Blessed End selected not to go after a recording agreement, perhaps due to their younger naivete. Carson remaining the music group to become listed on the navy several months later on, essentially closing the music group, though the staying users soldiered on with numerous replacements for another few years. By the finish of 1973, the music group was completed. Shugarts, Petrylak, and Carson later on played collectively as Free Carry and Argus.