More than some other Seattle band of the ’60s, the Daily Flash assimilated the folk-rock and psychedelic noises of your day into a audio which was both forward-looking and business. Specializing in electrical rearrangements of modern folk tracks that emphasized their harmonies and 12-string acoustic guitar, the Flash had been also with the capacity of psychedelic rock and roll, as on “Jack port of Gemstones,” which presented blistering feedback acoustic guitar. They cut several local singles and made an appearance with lots of the leading psychedelic sets of your day in California, but hardly ever managed to start their own profession as well as record an record. Guitarist Doug Hastings performed briefly with Buffalo Springfield and was an associate of Rhinoceros. These were still playing gigs within the Pacific Northwest in 2005.
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