Mount Rushmore – High On Mount Rushmore - Rare 1968 Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock (Vinyl)

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Mount Rushmore – High On Mount Rushmore - Rare 1968 Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock (Vinyl)

ANOTHER VERY RARE FIND !

Stock photo only

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) 9 slight corner wear
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
Side 1 - 10
side 2 - 10 excellent !
BIN *248

unt Rushmore was an American rock band in the late 1960s from San FranciscoCalifornia, United States,[1] that played a heavy blues rock style with psychedelic elements. AllMusic described the outfit as "also-rans of the San Francisco psychedelic era".[2]

The band formed in early 1967 at 1915 Oak Street, a large Victorian rooming house in the Haight-Ashbury district. The original members were Ed Levin (ex-Vipers), Warren Phillips (ex Blue House Basement), Thomas Dotzler, Mike Bolan and Danny Wei. Wei was soon replaced by Terry Kimble on bass guitar. In June and July 1967, they were featured on posters for shows at the Avalon Ballroom with many other bands including The DoorsProcol Harum, The Paul Butterfield Blues BandGrateful DeadSteve MillerSantanaQuicksilver Messenger Service, and Big Brother and the Holding Company. In June 1967, Mount Rushmore played two sets at The KFRC Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival; it was just one week before the Monterey Pop Festival, which is considered the world's first "Rock Festival". In March 1968, Dotzler left to join local band Phoenix, and was soon followed by Phillips and Levin. Bolan and Kimble added Glenn Smith and Travis Fullerton to the line up and this line-up made two albums

 

Warren B. Phillips was the former lead singer of the band, and wrote a few songs that were recorded by the band after he left.

Fullerton and Bolan continued musical careers. Mike Bolan and Glenn Smith were previously members of The Fabulous Shadows, a band from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, between 1963 and 1968.[3] Mike Bolan rejoined them later and they have been performing in Idaho on through 2005.[4] Terry Kimble (deceased) was a member of the band Tony Vance and The Progress Hornsby 4 from Spokane, Washington, between 1967 and 1968.[5]

Label: Dot Records – DLP 25898
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Canada
Released:
Genre: Rock
Style: Blues RockPsychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1 Stone Free 3:57
A2 Without No Smog 5:27
A3 Ocean 4:07
A4 I Don't Believe In Statues 4:08
B1 Looking Back 9:40
B2 ('Cause) She's Good To Me 3:35
B3 Medley: Fannie Mae; Dope Song 7:23

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