Ones, The

From: Berlin, Germany

Before they became the massive electronic band Tangerine Dream, the Ones released one single in 1967. Edgar Froese was not influenced by music when he was growing up, instead focusing on the Dadaist and Surrealist art movements for inspiration. In the mid-1960s, Froese organized several multimedia events at the Salvador Dali in Spain, and began to combine his artistic and literary interests into music. Froese played with the Ones on their only release before the band fell apart. He then went onto form Tangerine Dream. “Lady Greengrass” is the A-side of the single and features some excellent droning guitar. The B-side, “Love Of Mine,” is a great garage rock song with some great bass and drum fills. Tangerine Dream would go in a totally different direction, musically.

Artist information sources include: an article by John Bush at Allmusic.com

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From the 1967 single “Lady Greengrass”
Lady Greengrass

  • Lady Greengrass
  • Love Of Mine