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The Gallows

From Keokuk, IA, the Gallows released several ordinary garage rock and roll singles on tiny brands. The 1st, “Come towards the Party”/”Sluggish Loss of life” (1965), combined a run-of-the-mill garage area/frat rock and roll party tune using a regular bluesy instrumental. The next, “WAY TOO MANY Fish in the ocean”/”Keep in mind Mary” (1967), combined a rock agreement of the Motown cover using a moody primary ballad with the Gallows’ Dennis Chamberlain (who’d also created both edges of their debut 45). The group acquired a link towards the relatively more well-known Iowan garage music group the Gonn, as the Gonn’s Craig Moore was a promoter and reserving agent for the Gallows before playing in his very own bands. Both edges of both from the 45s had been reissued on the four-song, 7″ EP in the Italian Misty Street label.

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