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The Gates Of Eden

The Gates Of Eden

The Gates Of Eden


1. USA 60s band. "No One Was There/Elegy" (1967). 2. UK 60s band. Almost nothing is known of this band, who were signed to Pye Records and took their name from a Bob Dylan song, but weren't above covering "Snoopy vs. the Red Baron" (or the Kinks' "Too Much on My Mind," while we're at it). At their best, they were enthusiastic soul stompers with a degree of charisma but no real identity of their own on which to build a fandom beyond the clubs where they were popular. Read more on Last.fm
1. USA 60s band. "No One Was There/Elegy" (1967). 2. UK 60s band.

Almost nothing is known of this band, who were signed to Pye Records and took their name from a Bob Dylan song, but weren't above covering "Snoopy vs. the Red Baron" (or the Kinks' "Too Much on My Mind," while we're at it). At their best, they were enthusiastic soul stompers with a degree of charisma but no real identity of their own on which to build a fandom beyond the clubs where they were popular. They disbanded in 1967 after releasing their third and final single.

(by Bruce Eder) 45s: Too Much On My Mind/I'm Warning You (1966) Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron/In Your Love (1967) 1 To 7/Hey Now (1967) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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