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The sixties offer so many forgotten bands, like the Canadian psychedelic group, The Paupers – who loved them some chess. I am curious to know what was included in the Fan Club package (arriving via rush delivery).

They had a few modest hits, upstaged Jefferson Airplane, and played at the Monterey Pop Festival. Here’s a Friday song bonus of theirs called “If I Told My Baby” which I quite like:

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Brian Wilson at The Radiant Radish, the health food store Wilson was operator/part owner of – often while in pajamas.

http://theradiantradish.blogspot.com/2008/01/radiant-radish.html

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