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The Millennium

Affected by psychedelia and California rock and roll, pop/rock and roll producer Curt Boettcher (the Association) made a decision to put together a studio supergroup who explore progressive sounds in 1968. Millennium’s resultant recording would discover no commercial achievement in support of half-baked artistic achievement, but nonetheless keeps some period elegance. Influenced in approximately equal measures from the Association, the Mamas as well as the Papas, the Smile-era Seaside Males, Nilsson, the Remaining Banke, as well as the Fifth Dimensions, Boettcher and his close friends developed a cross that was simultaneously too unabashedly industrial for underground Radio and too strange for the AM dial. It could have easily fit into better around the AM airwaves, though; the nearly too-cheerful sunlight harmonies and catchy melodies dominate the suite-like, diverse group of elaborately created ’60s pop/rock and roll tunes.

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