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Spooky Tooth

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Spooky Tooth/Pierre Henry: Ceremony – An Electronic Mass

Retrospective by Martin Aston, MOJO, September 2008

Mass Trespass: This month in the landfill of obscurity, a pioneering, random fusion of blues rock and gothic electronics. ...

Spooky Tooth, Chicago Transit Authority: Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 11 September 1968

SPOOKY TOOTH, a British quintet with a sound similar to that of Traffic, is appearing at the Whisky a Go Go with CTA (the Chicago ...

Stones Producer Jimmy Miller Part Two: The tracks I like best

Interview by Ritchie Yorke, New Musical Express, 10 June 1972

In this final part of his interview with Ritchie Yorke, Miller talks about the many artists he has recorded, and in particular about tracks which ...

The Staple Singers: What the World Needs Now Is Love (Epic BN 26373); Spooky Tooth: Spooky Tooth (Bell 6019)

Review by Pete Johnson, Los Angeles Times, 22 September 1968

Still Undiscovered: Gospel Truth ...

King Crimson, Spooky Tooth, the Strawbs: Academy of Music, New York NY

Live Review by Dan Nooger, The Village Voice, 3 May 1973


Spooky Tooth: It's All About (Island ILPS 9080)

Review by Miles, International Times, 9 August 1968

Luther Grosvenor — lead guitar; Mike Harrison — harpsichord and vocals; Mike Kellie — drums; Reg Ridley — bass guitar; Gary Wright — organ and ...

Albums from Spooky Tooth and the Stooges

Review by John Mendelssohn, Los Angeles Times, 7 December 1969

Spooky Tooth: Spooky Two (A&M SP 4194) This is quite representative of the latest albums by unfamiliar British rock groups (in which category Free, ...

Spooky Tooth: Spooky Two (Island)

Review by uncredited writer, Melody Maker, 29 March 1969

HEAVY STONED rock music, typified by intense, dramatic riffs repeated ad infinitum, or at least until the engineer cuts off the electricity. That's the impression ...

The Return Of Spooky Tooth

Interview by Steven Rosen, Music World, November 1973

MIKE KELLIE walked into the A&M interview room with eyes bulging, mouth agape, and cheek bones drawn high; his answer to the oh-so-ordinary American handshake. ...

Spooky Tooth Together Again

Report and Interview by Chris Salewicz, Let It Rock, February 1973

"OO WAS THIS cult then that dug us and never bought our records?" grunts Mike Harrison, singer and keyboards man with a much-loved and under-estimated ...

Spooky Tooth: You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your Jaw

Review by Jon Tiven, Rolling Stone, 21 June 1973

SPOOKY TOOTH HAS suffered from every misfortune that can cross the path of a rock & roll band — among them, changing record labels, arrested ...

see also Luther Grosvenor aka Ariel Bender

see also Widowmaker (UK)

see also Gary Wright


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