The Syndicate of Sound was an American garage rock band formed in San Jose, California that was first active between 1964 and 1970. Through their national hit "Little Girl", the band developed a raw sound, and became forerunners in the psychedelic rock genre. The group managed to produce two other charting singles and, after their initial breakup, have reformed with a new lineup.
The line-up formed in 1964, when Don Baskin (vocalist, guitar) and Bob Gonzalez (bass guitar), both originally from the outfit Lenny Lee and the Nightmen, united with a local group called the Pharaohs. The resulting band, the Syndicate of Sound, which, along with Baskin and Gonzalez, included Jon Sharkey (keyboards), Larry Ray (lead guitar), and John Duckworth (drums). The group was influenced by R&B music, specifically the early musical styles of The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, in the beginning stages of the band's existence. After theЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Little Girl [01.1966, альбом]