Austin, TX, psych clothing the Lavender Hill Express formed in 1966 — something of an area supergroup, the founding lineup teamed ex – Baby Cakes guitarists Layton DePenning and Leonard Arnold with erstwhile Hairpiece bassist Jess Yaryan and drummer Rusty Wier, along with keyboardist John Schwertner, formerly of why. Roughly a season after its inception, the Lavender Hill Express agreed upon with the neighborhood Sonobeat label to lower its debut one, “Visions.” A more elaborate creation by indie label specifications, the song’s wealthy vocal harmonies had been complemented with a string quartet made up of members from the Austin Symphony Orchestra. “Visions” was an area strike, and in March 1968 the group released its follow-up work, “LOOK OUT!” Schwertner still left the Lavender Hill Express immediately after to create Plymouth Rock and roll, and with brand-new keyboardist Gary P. Nunn the music group cut “Outdoors My Home window,” which highly hinted at the united states direction its people would subsequently go after. Certainly, the Lavender Hill Express dissolved in 1969, with DePenning and Wier afterwards partnering with guitarist John Inmon in the intensifying nation trio Rusty, Layton & John, while Arnold resurfaced in Blue Metal. Especially, Wier and Inmon had been later founding people of Jerry Jeff Walker’s Shed Gonzo Music group, and DePenning afterwards supported B.W. Stevenson.