Wake Ooloo was less a Feelies spin-off music group and more of the brief sequel. The Feelies, Glenn Mercer and Costs Million’s on-again/off-again proto-indie pop clothing, broke up apparently once and for all in past due 1991, when Mil transferred to Florida. Although two acquired led rings under that name since 1976 — probably probably the most underrated associates of CBGB’s course of ’77 — both had been far more section of a music picture around their indigenous Haledon, NJ. Mercer’s musical relationship with drummer Dave Weckerman, a sometimes-uncredited Feelies percussionist who became a member of the music group officially in 1983, in fact stretched back even more than his cooperation with Mil. Both Mercer and Weckerman got played together as soon as a high college band known as the Outkids, and — once the Feelies split up — got no thoughts but to keep playing together. The prior two Feelies albums have been released from the major-label-affiliated A&M, and — regardless of the recently indie-friendly grunge period — neither Mercer nor Weckerman got any wish to pursue that sort of achievement again, nor got any wish to tour. Much like the Willies, the Trypes, Yung Wu, along with other Feelies spin-offs, these were content only to play music normally as possible. These were became a member of by another senior high school friend, Russell Gambino, in addition to Feelies roadie Troy Weiss. Following a Feelies’ increasingly refined attempts for A&M, Wake Ooloo continuing within the Feelies’ custom of jangling guitars, atmospheric percussion, along with a deep Velvet Underground streak, but got a significantly looser strategy — the result of the careful Million’s lack. Released 3 years following the Feelies’ Period for a See, Wake Ooloo’s Listen to No Evil experienced similar in nature towards the anarchic pleasure of early Feelies live bootlegs, although sound would develop tempered with successive albums. While Mercer had written a lot of the band’s materials, Weckerman, Gambino, among others added original songs, aswell. For fans from the Feelies, Wake Ooloo are as well worth exploring because the Trypes or Yung Wu — or even more, simply because they had been Mercer’s primary wall plug for three albums. The music group break up in 1998, when Gambino could no more make time for this. Mercer and Weckerman continuing to create music collectively, pairing with Feelies drummer Stan Demeski for a while in Sunburst, and a Mercer solo recording, and an eventual Feelies reunion in 2008.