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The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band was an American psychedelic rock band formed in 1966, based in Los Angeles, California. They released five albums under the band name and one under Markley A Group. The group disbanded in 1970. Despite never achieving mainstream success during their existence, the band has garnered interest over the years.
In 1960, Bob Markley, the adopted son of an oil tycoon and a law graduate, moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in entertainment. He was already a local TV personality in Oklahoma for a show called Oklahoma Bandstand. In Los Angeles, Markley was signed by Warner Bros. Records. He released singles titled "Will We Meet Again" b/w "Tia Juana Ball" and "Summer Comin' On" b/w "It Should Have Been Me". All of the tracks were either written or co-written by Markley. However, none of these efforts were met with major success.