San Francisco-based Blue Cheer was what, in the past due ’60s, they utilized to contact a “power trio”: Dickie Peterson (b. 1948, Grand Forks, ND) (bass, vocals), Paul Whaley (drums), and Leigh Stephens (electric guitar). They performed what afterwards was called rock, so when they debuted in January 1968 using the record Vincebus Eruptum and a high 40 cover of Eddie Cochran’s strike “Summertime Blues,” they sounded louder and much more extreme than whatever had arrive before them. Since it ended up, these were a precursor of very much that would arrive after. However, Blue Cheer itself didn’t obtain very much chance to benefit from its prescience. Soon after its discovery, the group was wracked by workers adjustments. Leigh Stephens was changed by Randy Holden following the discharge of the next record, Outsideinside (August 1968). Holden still left during the documenting of the 3rd record, and Bruce Stephens (b. 1946) (vocals, electric guitar), and Ralph Uses up Kellogg (keyboards) joined up with to finish Brand-new! Improved! Blue Cheer (March 1969). After that Whaley give up and was changed by Norman Mayell (b. 1942, Chicago), departing Peterson because the just primary member. Bruce Stephens quit through the recording from the 4th record, Blue Cheer (Dec, 1969), and Gary L. Yoder became a member of to finish it. Peterson, Kellogg, Mayell, and Yoder after that made THE INITIAL INDIVIDUAL (Sept 1970), and Oh! Pleasant Wish (Apr, 1971) before Blue Cheer split up. Dickie Peterson reorganized a fresh edition of the group in 1979, and in 1985, Peterson, Whaley, and guitarist Tony Ranier released a fresh Blue Cheer recording, The Beast Is definitely Back…
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