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The Hot Knives

Scorching Knives were shaped in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA, in 1974 by two ex-members from the Flamin’ Groovies. Tim Lynch (electric guitar) and Danny Mihm (drums) had been joined up with by Debbie Houpt (vocals), Mike Houpt (electric guitar, vocals) and Ed Wilson (bass) within an work that replayed San Francisco’s pop audio from the 60s. Two singles, ‘I Listen to The Blowing wind Blow’ along with a edition of Moby Grape’s ‘Hey Grandma’, made an appearance on the Scorching Knives’ very own label. Both demonstrated popular in European countries, where in fact the Flamin’ Groovies and its own offshoots still like a cult pursuing, but the music group was dissolved in 1977, abandoning an unfinished record. Mihm became a member of Roy Loney AS WELL AS THE Phantom Movers led by another ex-member from the Flamin’ Groovies – before developing the Kingsnakes.

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