The Pink Fairies

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About The Pink Fairies

Formed just after the initial demise of British proto-punk act the Deviants in the early 1970s, the Pink Fairies played dumbed-down, high-octane boogie rock with heavy doses of psychedelic imagery and Age of Aquarius hippie abandon. The band's infusion of punk energy into free-form rock & roll would make for some of the fiercest jams in the U.K. underground of the era. One-time guitarist Larry Wallis would go on to join Lemmy Kilmeister (at the time a member of kindred spirits Hawkwind) in the original incarnation of Motorhead, while drummer and former Pretty Things member Twink would make one of the era's finest all-out psych records with 1970's THINK PINK. Both the Deviants and the Pink Fairies would re-form with various, and at times similar, line-ups in the ensuing decades.

West London, England

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