Blossom Toes

About Blossom Toes

Forming as British psychedelia peaked in the mid-'60s, Blossom Toes were one of the more electrified bands of their era, though they remained largely in the shadows of better-known acts for the duration of their short lifespan. Under the guidance of rock impresario Giorgio Gomelsky (manager of the Yardbirds and Soft Machine, among others) the band created their colorful and mind-warping 1967 debut We Are Ever So Clean, and managed one more record before disbanding at the end of the '60s. Though obscure, Blossom Toes remains an exciting part of rock history to future generations, with original copies of their albums eventually becoming expensive collectors' items, and being reissued multiple times as the decades went on.

  • FORMED
    1965

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