Floribunda Rose were the group formed by John Kongos — who scored two Uk Top Five strikes in the first 1970s, with “He’s Gonna Stage you Again” and “Tokoloshe Guy” — in 1967. Kongos have been a documenting musician in South Africa since he was an adolescent in the first ’60s, and in 1966 shifted to Britain, where he documented a solo one for Piccadilly. Immediately after that he was at the top of Floribunda Rose on electric guitar and vocals, the lineup fleshed out by singer-guitarist Pete Clifford (who at once have been in Dusty Springfield’s support music group), organist Chris Dee, drummer Nick “Doc” Doktor, and singer-bassist Jack port Russell. Regardless of the odd group name, Floribunda Rose’s singular one, the 1967 Pye discharge “A PROVEN WAY Road”/”Linda Loves Linda,” wasn’t out-and-out psychedelia. It had been rather twee period pop/rock and roll having a whiff of psychedelic impact, “A PROVEN WAY Road” sounding, sometimes, like Monkees-influenced English freakbeat, “Linda Loves Linda” being truly a tamer ode for any self-absorbed flower kid. The solitary flopped, and by 1968 the group, still documenting for Pye, transformed their name to Scrugg and produced three even more little-noticed singles, highlighted from the even more convincingly psychedelic 45 “Everyone CAN EASILY SEE”/”I Wish I HAD BEEN Five.” Both edges from the Floribunda Rose solitary — in addition to both edges of Kongos’ 1966 Piccadilly solitary, from the three Scrugg singles, the entirety of Kongos’ 1969 LP Confusions In regards to a Goldfish, and some unreleased tunes by Kongos and Scrugg from your same period — are on the anthology Lavender Snacks.