From: Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Salt Lake City-based psych-pop duo Fargo teamed Tony Decker and Dean Wilden. After debuting in 1968 with the Capitol single “Robins, Robins,” the pair signed with RCA in 1969 when their LP “I See It Now” was released.

Produced by Martin Cooper and arranged by Al Capps, who was best known for his work with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, among others, their album met with virtually no commercial recognition (probably due to poor promotion), and soon after Fargo dissolved.

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Tracks played on Psychedelicized…

From the 1968 single Capitol 2149
fargo - sunny day blue

  • Sunny Day Blue

From 1969 album I See It Now
Fargo - I See It Now

  • I See It Now
  • Talks We Used to Have
  • When Dew Drops Change to Teardrops