Saturday, December 15, 2007

Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah-st,LP,1970,USA

Aliotta-Haynes-Jeremiah was an American rock group from the early 1970s.
This Chicago(Actually from West Allis Wisconsin) trio was originally comprised of bassist Mitch Aliotta, drummer Ted Aliotta and guitarist Skip Haynes. Ted left after their debut album to be replaced by pianist John Jeremiah. They scored a popular regional hit (Chicago area) in 1971 with the single and album "Lake Shore Drive," a homage to the famed lakefront highway in Chicago, and also to LSD, a hallucinogen.
From Wikipedia
Ingredible 1st LP by this psych folk outfit.Sometimes reminding late 60s Byrds,a bit Pearls Before Swine in parts.Mitch Aliotta bassist/vocalist from bands "Proper Strangers", and "Rotary Connection"

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Farlac said...

One toke over the line, sweet Jesus, one toke over the line..
something something something something, one toke over the line.

Lenka Reznicek said...

Thank you for posting this! :)

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