Originally referred to as The Circus, The Human Zoo were a rock-band from Westminster, California. Featuring Jim Cunningham and Roy Adolescent on vocals, John Luzadder on acoustic guitar, Larry Hanson on acoustic guitar and keyboards, Bob Dalrymple on bass and Kim Vydaremy on drums, the group was found out by Jim Foster, guitarist using the Los Angeles-based psychedelic music group The Human Manifestation, whose solitary “Optical Audio” have been a local strike. On Foster’s recommendation, the music group transformed their name through the Circus towards the Human Zoo plus they got a recording cope with Accent Information, a little label centered out of Hollywood. While Accent released their debut recording in 1970, it had been pressed in really small quantities; it has been speculated the label’s management thought the group got the potential to become signed to a more substantial label and pressed the LP mainly like a promotional item, wishing to attract curiosity from A&R professionals. If this is Accent’s gambit, it didn’t function; sales had been minimal, the rest of the copies had been dumped into discount bins as well as the Human Zoo’s only recording basically vanished. Nevertheless, the recording developed a status among enthusiasts of rare garage area and psychedelic rock and roll from the 1960s and 70s, with one stage a sealed duplicate of the record was sold within an on-line public sale for $900. This year 2010, less rich collectors could actually own the record since it was reissued by Cicadelic Information. Guitarist Larry Hanson afterwards continued to an effective career being a sideman and program musician, spending eighteen years being a touring person in the popular nation group Alabama.