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Caleb was the name under which guitarist Caleb Quaye released a unitary, “Baby Your Phrasing Is Poor” b/w “Female of Differentiation,” for the U.K. Philips label in 1967. A genuine rarity, since it under no circumstances charted or produced much of the feeling on anyone except enthusiasts willing to spend high charges for it. Aside from drummer (and vocalist) David Hynes, an associate from the Philips-signed, Hertford-based psychedelic music group the Mirage (who experienced also used Joe Dark brown and subsequently became a member of the Spencer Davis Group), the sidemen around the greatly phased recording haven’t been recognized officially, but it has been rumored for many years that Reg Dwight (aka Elton John) was around the keyboards. Quaye performed on Elton John’s early albums and in addition created Hookfoot, but this ’60s launch was his main contribution to freakbeat/psychedelia.

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