They never really had any commercial success within the U.K. or the U.S., but Blossom Feet were one of the most interesting English psychedelic sets of the past due ’60s. Starting because the Ingoes, yet another of a large number of English R&B/beat bands from the middle-’60s, the group installed with famous impresario Giorgio Gomelsky (early coach of the Rocks and manager from the Yardbirds and Soft Machine, amongst others) in 1966. Gomelsky transformed their name and hook them up to his Marmalade label. Their 1967 debut LP was kilometers from R&B, reflecting an exceptionally English whimsy and experienced, idiosyncratic songwriting even more consistent with Ray Davies. After some staff adjustments, the group released their second (and last) album a few years later on. Another extremely achieved work, it had been markedly different in personality than their 1st effort, showing an even more sober firmness and heavier, guitar-oriented strategy. The group split up by the end of the 10 years; users Brian Godding and Brian Belshaw shaped the similarly obscure B.B. Blunder, and Godding became energetic on the fringes from the British experimental rock and roll scene.
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