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The Drag Set

The Drag Set

The Drag Set


The Drag Set, originally named The Apaches, was formed in the mid 1960's by four musicians from Putney, South London, Tim du Feu, Mike Brancaccio and Philip Fox and their friend Ray Nye. Nye left in 1965 and another friend, Terry Martin a.k.a. Terry Schindler, took Nye's place in the band. The Drag Set released a little-known single in February 1967, "Day and Night" / "Get Out of My Way". Shortly thereafter, they changed their name to The Open Mind Read more on Last.fm
The Drag Set, originally named The Apaches, was formed in the mid 1960's by four musicians from Putney, South London, Tim du Feu, Mike Brancaccio and Philip Fox and their friend Ray Nye. Nye left in 1965 and another friend, Terry Martin a.k.a. Terry Schindler, took Nye's place in the band. The Drag Set released a little-known single in February 1967, "Day and Night" / "Get Out of My Way".

Shortly thereafter, they changed their name to The Open Mind and in July 1969 released a self-titled LP which has since become a highly sought-after collectible. The band, however, is best known for its druggy August 1969 single, "Magic Potion", which did not appear on the album. The Open Mind disbanded in 1973; its members wanted to move into jazz-influenced music, but The Open Mind was too well known as a psychedelic band. The band members (minus Phil Fox) went on to form Armada, which lasted about three years but did not release any recorded material. Despite their paucity of recorded material, The Open Mind have proven to be influential in the psychedelic rock genre, their single "Magic Potion" having been covered by bands such as The Seers and Sun Dial. Read more on Last.fm.

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