Jefferson Handkerchief

From: Los Angeles, CA, USA

There is very little information available on Jefferson Handkerchief, a band that released a total of one single during their brief existence. The humorous “I’m Allergic To Flowers” was released in 1967 and pokes fun at the flower children of the era. The song has Jefferson Airplane-esque guitar along with Mamas and Papas style harmony on the vocals. The song was written by Dave Burgess, formerly of the Champs, and is about a guy who wants to be a hippie, but can’t because of his allergy to flowers.

Artist information sources include: and Fuzz, Acid & Flowers by Vernon Joynson

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From the 1967 single “I’m Allergic To Flowers
I'm Allergic To Flowers

  • I’m Alergic To Flowers