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Edison Electric Band

Released in 1970, the Edison Electric Band’s single album mixed some blues-rock, R&B, and psychedelia, though it didn’t graph or get very much attention upon its discharge for the Atlantic subsidiary Cotillion in 1970. Shaped in 1966 in Philadelphia, the group performed on the neighborhood circuit and do some gigging in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in the summertime of 1968 before getting a offer. They split soon after their LP, Bless You, Dr. Woodward, arrived, though many of the people stayed associated with the music business. Keyboardist Tag “Froggy” Jordan performed on Truck Morrison’s Tupelo Honey; guitarist T.J. Tindall toured using the Chambers Brothers and became a program man for top level Philly manufacturers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff; and bassist Dan Friedberg used Bonnie Raitt.

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