SEOMPI–and acronym for “Personal Appearance On Musically Potential Equipment”–came together being a unit in 1970 in McAllen, Tx, formed by previous Headstones as well as the Meats frontman and bassist Dave Williams, who had just finished a twelve months stint in Tx state prison on the marijauna possession charge. He curved up bassist Patrick Rockhill and drummer Costs Reid for the peculiar dual-bass, no-guitar audio. SEOMPI trim and released their initial 45, “Summer’s Comin’ On Large,” with this dual-bass attack unchanged. Afterwards they recut the melody by adding guitarist Mitch Watkins, and Watkins became an integral part of the music group after that, shifting it toward a far more accessible, driving rock and roll audio. In 1971, SEOMPI transferred to Austin, which continued to be their home bottom throughout the remaining band’s life. They created a sizeable regional following and had been among the extremely loudest rings around because of an awesome audio system come up with by regional soundman David Gardner, who frequently record the band’s rehearsals. The music group dedicated themselves through the next couple of years to playing live gigs including starting areas for ZZ Best, Buddy Mls, and Foghat, an interval that saw several lineup adjustments with Billy “Skid” Rowe changing Watkins and Lee Manley signing up for on drums. In 1974, SEOMPI known as it quits. Reissue label Rockadelic set up an record in 1997 in the a lot more than six hours of supply tapes SEOMPI acquired recorded. Equipment Fab implemented in 1999 using a reissue of the same materials on CD.