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Eclection

Eclection

Eclection


One of the few British acts on the Elektra roster during that era, their sole album sounded unusually Californian for a British group of the period. Although based in England, Eclection were actually formed by one Englishman, one Canadian, one Norwegian and two Australians. Creatively, the group were dominated by guitarist/singer George Hultgreen (who wrote most of their songs) and guitarist/singer Michael Rosen (who wrote the remainder of the songs and usually took the male vocal leads). Read more on Last.fm
One of the few British acts on the Elektra roster during that era, their sole album sounded unusually Californian for a British group of the period. Although based in England, Eclection were actually formed by one Englishman, one Canadian, one Norwegian and two Australians. Creatively, the group were dominated by guitarist/singer George Hultgreen (who wrote most of their songs) and guitarist/singer Michael Rosen (who wrote the remainder of the songs and usually took the male vocal leads). Eclection, like several Elektra albums of the period, matched some pretty folk-rock melodicism with slightly arty orchestrated production and a psychedelic tinge. The lyrics and harmonies often evoked blissful, drifting romps through the clouds, with a youthful naivete and exuberance. Kerrilee Male, one of the group's strongest assets, left the band in late 1968, a few months after the release of Eclection. The group replaced her with American folk singer Dorris Henderson and did put out a subsequent single, a cover of Kaleidoscope's "Please." But the group disbanded in October 1969, after keyboardist Poli Palmer (who had just come in to replace Michael Rosen) left to join Family. MEMBERS: KERRILEE MALE: vocals MICHAEL ROSEN: vocals, 6-string electric & acoustic guitars, trumpet GEORGE HULTGREEN: vocals, 12-string electric & acoustic guitars TREVOR LUCAS: vocals & bass GERRY CONWAY: drums, occasional backing vocals Read more on Last.fm.

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