Lee Graham (vocals/bass/flute); John Garborit (lead guitar), Ted Sheffler (keyboards), Dick Powell (harmonica) and Rod Pilloud (drums) made up this enigmatic â€˜progressiveâ€™ San Francisco group. Their lone album, The Love Cycle, featured an ambitious, extended title-track in which the musicians attempted to compress much of the cityâ€™s experimental musical styles. Although not wholly convincing, Crome Cyrcus were applauded for their ambition and in 1969 won a Bay Area songwriting award. However, the group dissolved soon afterwards.Portions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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