The Bloos Magoos were actually identical towards the Blues Magoos, who had a big hit with “(We Ain’t Got Nothin’) However” in early 1967, and were a reasonably popular psychedelic garage pop music group in the later ’60s. However, ahead of their initial recordings using the Blues Magoos spelling for Mercury in 1966, that they had documented beneath the identically pronounced, in different ways spelled moniker the Bloos Magoos for Verve Folkways. A petty difference, perhaps, however in case you find the sole uncommon Bloos Magoos Verve Folkways 45, it’s beneficial to know that it really is certainly the same music group. The Bloos Magoos acquired produced as the Trenchcoats in the Bronx in 1964. Their name transformed around enough time they documented for Verve Folkways in past due 1965. The Verve Folkways 45, “PEOPLE Had No Encounters”/”Therefore I’m Incorrect and You Are Best,” is a good (if only decent) organic, sullen folk-rock one. Both songs had been made by Rick Shorter, who published the A-side and co-wrote the turn; Shorter was a folk-rock vocalist/songwriter himself, and mostly of the African-American performers to record in the design at the elevation from the folk-rock trend. “Therefore I’m Incorrect and You Are Best” appears around the Compact disc reissue Kaleidoscope Compendium: THE VERY BEST from the Blues Magoos, the excellent A-side will not, and continues to be a rare discover to Blues Magoos and folk-rock followers.