Veteran Texas rock and roll drummer Gerry Gibson, sometimes credited as Jerry Gibson, was connected with various other bands and saving projects, but is well known mostly as an associate of the Features. Supporters of psychedelic and garage area music group music could be forgiven for considering they are viewing dual or triple — no, it isn’t the acidity kicking in. Several different bands utilized the name the Features, all about similarly well-known. There is a British edition who recorded an individual in tribute towards the Amazing Hulk, and another from Pelham, NY, who got a monitor on the initial Nuggets anthology. Gibson drummed for the Features out of Houston, TX, previously referred to as the Treys until a marble-mouthed disk jockey mispronounced the name. These Features date back again to 1956, when two San Marcos SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL sophomores called Roy Mind and Tommy Bolton made a decision to type a combo. Gibson was the initial drummer as well as the group was done with pianist Dan Buie. TNT Information signed the music group in the past due ’50s, therefore by 1960 many singles by this edition of the Features have been released. Music like the recurring “ONCE MORE” as well as the rowdy “Live It Up” had been popular regionally, however the 1965 “Deal with Her Best” represents this drummer’s grandest publicity on radio. The melody managed to get to the quantity two position over the graphs, trailing behind something entitled “Hey Jude.” By this time around, the name the Features had gone just how from the Treys, however, not due to a blooper. Since Roy Mind was regarded the member with serious musical Features, he was selected to literally Mind the music group, which became Roy Mind & the Features in 1960, after that just ordinary Roy Mind. By 1963 the just original member in the high school times, besides Mind, was Gibson. The drummer has on various other singles from Mind, such as for example “Slightly Bit” and “Apple of My Eyes.” In 1970, Gibson was also area of the Moccasin music group, leading to one album over the MGM label which flopped, a little like the shoes the group was called after. Gibson shouldn’t be confused using the blues tenor saxophonist from the same name.