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Pesky Gee


Heavy Prog

2.78 | 13 ratings

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2 stars These six guys and a gal started as a soul band in 1966 and by '69 had become a fairly good progressive soul/blues/psych outfit with a nice balance between Jess Taylor's classic ice rink Hammond sounds, Jim Gannon's scraping guitar licks and the lush saxes of Clive Jones. Also featured is the slightly folkie vocals of Kay Garret, Clive Box (drums) and Bob Bond (bass). Probably best known as the band that became pentagram-worshiping Black Widow in 1970 (sans Garret), Pesky Gee was more entrenched in the weird, steaming stew of San Francisco trips and heavy rhythm 'n blues of the British underground scene in the late 60s. 'Exclamation Mark', their only release before disbanding, is a significant if completely unremarkable connection in the psychedelic/progressive genetic lineage and may be of some interest to prog historians or Black Widow completists.

Atavachron | 2/5 |


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