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Blues Magoos

A Bronx-based quintet, the Blues Magoos were formed in 1964 and were originally known as the Trenchcoats before changing their name to the Bloos Magoos and then subsequently adopting the more conventional spelling as they became fixtures on the Greenwich Village club scene. The band released singles for the Ganim and Verve Forecast imprints before signing with Mercury Records in 1966, and after an intense makeover and a marketing blitz, they emerged as a sort of East Coast answer to the then-emerging San Francisco flower power psychedelic scene with a big single, “(We Ain’t Got) Nothing Yet,” that same year, and attracted further attention with the album Psychedelic Lollipop, which also charted. Really more a blues-rock band with a garage band’s approach and intentions than they were a Summer of Love band, the Blues Magoos nonetheless continued with psychedelic trappings for the album Electric Comic Book, which appeared in 1967, and the similarly constructed Basic Blues Magoos a year later in 1968. At this point the group restructured its membership and approach, signed with ABC Records, and returned to its blues roots for 1969’s Never Goin' Back to Georgia and 1970’s Gulf Coast Bound, which added some Latin touches to the blues and featured mostly session players. By 1972 the Blues Magoos name was retired, although the group reunited for live shows in the late 2000s. In 2011, the well-respected reissue label Sundazed Records delivered new editions of Psychedelic Lollipop and Electric Comic Book on CD and LP, while the label brought out The Mercury Singles 1966-1968 in 2016. ~ Steve Leggett
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Psychedelic Lollipop / Electric Comic Book

1. (We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet

2. Love Seems Doomed

3. Tobacco Road

4. Queen Of My Nights

5. I'll Go Crazy

6. Gotta Get Away

7. Sometimes I Think About

8. One By One

9. Worried Life Blues

10. She's Coming Home

11. Pipe Dream

12. There's A Chance We Can Make It

14. Gloria

15. Intermission

16. Albert Common Is Dead

17. Summer Is The Man

18. Baby I Want You

19. Let's Get Together

20. Take My Love

21. Rush Hour

22. That's All Folks

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D3, are you my Grandson? You used to laugh when I said BLUES MAGOOS!!
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Saw the boys in concert at the Bowery Electric in lower Manhatten. Still great after all these years!
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Wtf I'm in to stuff like korn and slipknot
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Great music!
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I went to sleep every night with their lollipop album playing and it would just keep replaying it all night it's imbedded in my brain great then and still is one of my all time best sound
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They have one decent hit, and I've never heard it on Pandora.
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They don't even mention the praised Tobacco Road.
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oh God give them a break because they will need it !!!
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in 2012 the Blues Magoos will release their first new album in 41 years, along with this will come a nationwide tour
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Sometimes I Think About,to me the best song they ever did,should have been a hit for them!
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LEE AND GEORGE SAY WHAT HAPPEN TO PEPPY AND MY BASS AMP AND RITCHIE BORA,
RALPH AND MECURY RECORDS..... W E COULD HAVE BEEN THE BEST THERE EVER WAS!
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WHAT HAPPEN TO GEORGE...FOR THAT MATTER WHAT HAPPEN TO ALL OF US, I'D LIKE TO KNOW....IS THERE ANYBODY LOOKING THIS S**T UP. CALL OR E-MAIL NOCERAREAL@C E N T U R Y L I N K . N E T
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they were the 1st album I bought.....w o w 43 years ago, I was 16. What a great album
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I wish they'd gotten someone to write the review of The Blues Magoos who actually knew much about them. Electric Comic Book was their second album, and it, along with Psychedelic Lollipop were both released in 1967. Both of these albums are excellent and have some great undiscovered gems!
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resedajohn
ELECTRIC COMIC BOOK is a good album-it shows how Wild these guys got
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love love love
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I REALLY LOVE THIS GROUP AND I DO NOT KNOW WHY, MAYBE BECAUSE OF WOODSTOCK
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This sound is groovy man.
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suttco
okay these guys sound really british
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emersonc
I dont know whats up with John Doungan, but i like what ive heard so far.

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