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The Pop Art were an excellent Neck of the guitar, NY spawned quartet who recorded a unitary, “Rumpelstiltzkin” b/w “Ode for an Unknown Female,” for Epic Information in 1966. They originally met up as “the Justice Group” in 1965, with Mike Gayle on vocals and electric guitar, so that as their primary songwriter, although he didn’t compose the A-side of their just one — rather, “Rumpelstiltzkin” was the task of United kingdom guitarist/songwriter/vocalist Peter Cowap. The A-side, a hauntingly gorgeous mix of spirit, folk-rock, and United kingdom beat, actually produced the lower parts of best-seller entries in NEW YORK — and deserved to accomplish far better — but didn’t break through nationally; the B-side, a Mike Gayle first, was even more folk-rock inspired and a genial tune, relatively similar to the Lovin’ Spoonful’s make of good-time music. Immediately after its discharge, the music group got a fresh drummer, Joel O’Brien, and a key pad player in a single Tag “Moogy” Klingman. And, after several transitions and one formal breakup, continued to a lot more significant contributions within a bolder psychedelic setting beneath the name the Glitterhouse in 1968, before contacting it quits.

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