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Shiva’s Headband


Founded in Austin, Texas in 1967 by violinist/vocalist Spencer Perskin. Susan Perskin (vocals/percussion), Bob Tonreid (electric guitar), Kenny Parker (bass) and Jerry Barnett (drums) finished the initial line-up that was buoyed the next year with the help of Shawn Siegal (keyboards). The sextet finished their debut solitary, ‘Kaleidoscoptic’, before shifting to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA to record Consider Me TOWARDS THE Mountains. Robert Gladwin and Richard Finnel changed Tonreid and Barnett ahead of recording, however the group continued to be a car for Perskin’s violin dexterity and his frazzled eyesight of psychedelic nation. Shiva’s Headband after that returned to Tx in which a revitalized line-up finished Comin’ TO SOME Head, before getting a fundamental element of the condition’s lively live circuit. Spencer Perskin continuing to business lead the group in to the 80s, although his wife Susan and Shawn Siegal had been the only users to remain from your 1968 line-up.

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Full Name Shiva's Headband
Music Songs Song for Peace, Ebeneezer, Kaleidoscoptic, Take Me to the Mountains, Homesick Armadillo Blues, North Austin Strut, A Rockslide, Up Downhearted Blues, Such a Joy, desire rules, Country Boy, Lose the Blues, Banjoke, Lose the Blues, Live, Land of Strangers, Woman's Blues, Hi Love, Live, Ryder Blues, Lost Austin Blues, Dust to Dust, Afrodeez, Hungry Ghost, Why I Sing the Blues, all that texas left us, My Girlish Days, mean old texas blues, six thousand million miracles, the olde armadillo crew, roots rock station, universal love, agape day, Baby What You Didn't
Albums Coming to a Head, Psychedelic Yesterday, Take Me to the Mountains, In the Primo of Life

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