Young Flowers

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About Young Flowers

One of the first psychedelic rock bands to emerge in Denmark during the 1960s, Young Flowers were a blues-based power trio influenced by Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience. They cut their first single in 1967 and scored a big break when they provided music for a television movie; much of the music on their debut album, Blomsterpistolen, was written for the television film of the same name. No. 2 appeared in 1969, and they subsequently contributed to the soundtrack for a screen adaptation of Henry Miller's novel Quiet Days in Clichy. They became the first Danish group to tour North America but broke up in 1970. In 2012, the British RPM label issued Take Warning: The Complete Studio Recordings. ~ Mark Deming

Kobenhavn, Denmark

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