One of the brightest lights of new American pop psychedelia, LA's Salvation Army debuted with an album that was liable to inspire young bands all around the world to join in the fun. The trio's melodies have the ethereal quality of a young Syd Barrett; the music is a blend of all the most colorful '60s sounds, showing the influence of such groups as the Byrds, Move, Hollies, Music Machine and others.
Following legal action by the real Salvation Army (concerns over musical competition?), the group changed its name to the Three O'Clock. (Three years later, Frontier cleverly repackaged the original album as Befour Three O'Clock.)
The Salvation Army:
February 1981 - October 1981
Michael Quercio - vocals, bass / Johnny Blazing - guitar / Troy Howell - drums
November 1981 - July 1982
Michael Quercio - vocals, bass / Louis Gutierrez - guitar, vocals / Troy Howell - drums
July 1982 - August 1982
Michael Quercio - vocals, bass / Louis Gutierrez - guitar, vocals / Danny Benair - drums
Happen Happened #1 / For Hours / Fight Songs / Mind Gardens #1 / She Turns To Flowers #1 / Grimly Forming #1 / The Seventeen Forever #1 / Going Home #1 / Cellophane Nirvana / She Turns To Flowers #2 / Upside Down / The Seventeen Forever #2 / Mind Gardens #2 / Grimly Forming #2 / While We Were In Your Room Talking To Your Wall / Minuet / Happen Happened #2 / I Am Your Guru / Going Home #2
Befour Three O'Clock - Happen Happened
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