Richmond, VA, psych-blues clothing the Bosom Blues Music group were led by vocalist/guitarist Larry McCullough, an area folkie who all in 1966 was coaxed into signing up for the Soothsayers, an area combo influenced with the Uk beat increase and featuring guitarists Allen Homosexual and Duck Baker, bassist Harold Grieg, and drummer Dickie Parrish. As McCullough presented his brand-new bandmates to the initial American R&B information that influenced their heroes, the Soothsayers honed an earthy however epic sound influenced by both traditional blues and modern rock & move — 78 rpm collector Lynn Anderson quickly changed Parrish on drums, and after briefly shifting to body organ, Baker remaining the group completely, later on experiencing acclaim for his single acoustic records. Pursuing his departure, the Soothsayers renamed themselves the Bosom Blues Music group, and in 1967 lower an LP’s well worth of materials at the neighborhood Recordings Incorporated studio room. The following yr, they auditioned for Vanguard Information’ Sam Charters, who provided a limited offer how the group declined. The Bosom Blues Music group dissolved immediately after, with McCullough later on resurfacing in Zion Crossroads. In 2003 the Bosoms’ “Hippie Queen” finally noticed release via the 3rd volume in the wonderful Aliens, Psychos & Crazy Things series.