A fascinating though barely recorded mid-’60s English music group, Deep Feeling fed users into main psychedelic bands, celebrity and cult, from the past due ’60s, including Visitors, Spooky Tooth, Family members, as well as the Blossom Toes. The group evolved from an clothing known as the Hellions, which included future Traffic people Jim Capaldi and Dave Mason. After Mason still left Deep Sense, future Spooky Teeth guitarist Luther Grosvenor became a member of. This lineup, also including vibraphonist and flute participant Poli Palmer (afterwards in Family members and the Blossom Toes), guitarist Gordon Jackson, and bassist Dave Meredith, do some unreleased recordings with important U.K. supervisor/manufacturer/impresario Giorgio Gomelsky (most well-known as the supervisor/producer from the Yardbirds). One 1966 monitor, “Pretty Colors,” does arrive for the Luther Grosvenor Compact disc Floodgates Anthology and it is a fairly nifty early psychedelic enterprise, with flute, vibes, distorted vocals, and the type of pop-friendly however Asiatic-Middle Eastern melody how the Yardbirds frequently explored. Unfortunately, nothing at all by Deep Sense was released at that time, although they do record at least an added monitor with Gomelsky, “Poltergeist of Alice” (based on the liner records of Floodgates Anthology). Gomelsky provides recalled that they documented an album’s worthy of of material, which a number of the concepts — including African percussion and vibraphone — had been incorporated by Visitors, the music group Capaldi became a member of, signaling the finish of Deep Sense. As well as the post-Deep Sense projects mentioned previously, there is a solo record by Gordon Jackson on Gomelsky’s Marmalade label in the past due ’60s.