By every account ever written, by anyone who ever found or heard him play, Teddy Speleos was a potential competitor to Jimi Hendrix — certainly, the amount of accounts by differing people that provide Hendrix in to the same phrase with Speleos makes this enigmatic guitarist even more intriguing. Speleos was in a number of promising local rings, both in Washington, D.C. and later on in New York’s Greenwich Town, that never were able to break to stardom. Created in 1951, Speleos spent at least portion of his youngsters in Vienna, Virginia, in Fairfax Region near the Area of Columbia. He became an area acoustic guitar hero there by at least one accounts, and in the next half from the ’60s performed a whole lot in Washington, D.C., where he became a member of the English Walkers, an area rock and roll & roll clothing (whose early lineup got included a Roy Buchanan). It had been while for the reason that music group that he crossed pathways appropriately with guitarist/bassist John Hall, and both subsequently became people of Kangaroo, a music group whose sound integrated components of folk-rock and hard rock and roll. They got a recording agreement in 1968, but despite an enormous pursuing like a live work, they were struggling to catch their sound regularly on the self-titled LP, plus they split up in 1969 — that recording, however, has became a great display for Speleos’ playing over the years. The guitarist later on became a member of the harder-sounding Holy Moses, who lasted in to the early ’70s and left out one recording (also an excellent record of his function). Speleos consequently found the spiritual part of his existence beckoning, and apparently spent some years surviving in a monastery. He still retains a cult pursuing among connoisseurs of virtuoso acoustic guitar playing, actually in the first 21st hundred years, and was noticed intermittently in efficiency at least in to the 1990s.