From: Chicago, ILL, USA
The Capes Of Good Hope released two singles in 1966. The first single features the beautiful “Lady Margaret” on its B-side, featuring some great Eastern guitars, tablas, and stony vocals. The second single was more pop oriented, consisting of a more mainstream sound.
Artist information sources include: Fuzz, Acid & Flowers by Vernon Joynson
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From the 1966 single “Shades”
- Lady Margaret