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Blossom Toes

Blossom Toes

In the whirlwind of London's late 1960s psychedelic rock scene, Blossom Toes burst forth, metamorphosing from their earlier avatar, The Ingoes, into a kaleidoscope of acid rock, freakbeat, and hard rock. Spearheaded by the likes of Brian Godding and Jim Cregan, their debut album We Are Ever So Clean (1967), not only seized acclaim but also landed a coveted spot in Record Collector's "100 Greatest Psychedelic Records." Their standout single “Postcard” epitomizes their innovative sound, a sound so timeless that it's set for a reissue by Think Like A Key Music in January 2024. Though their odyssey spanned a brief but electric period from 1966 to 1970, the ripple of Blossom Toes' influence in rock music continues to spread, proving that true artistry never fades away.


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