Nazz

The Nazz was an American psych-rock band from Philadelphia that released the 1968–69 albums Nazz and Nazz Nazz on SGC. Frontman Todd Rundgren launched a prolific solo career and later fronted Utopia. Drummer Thom Mooney resurfaced in the hard-rock super-trio Paris. Members: Robert “Stewkey” Antoni (piano, organ, lead vocals), Thom Mooney (drums), Todd Rundgren (guitar, […]

Aorta

Aorta was an American psych-rock band from Chicago that released a self-titled album on Columbia in 1969, followed by a second on Happy Tiger Records in 1970. Between 1964 and 1967, the band recorded several local-press singles as The Exceptions, adopting the name Aorta after bassist Peter Cetera left to join Chicago Transit Authority. Members: […]

The Lemon Pipers

The Lemon Pipers were an American pop-psych band from Ohio, best known for their 1968 hit “Green Tambourine,” a Billboard No. 1. They released two albums that year on Buddah, Green Tambourine and Jungle Marmalade. Members: Ivan Browne (vocals, rhythm guitar), Bill Bartlett (lead guitar), Steve Walmsley (bass), R.G. Nave (keyboards, toys), Bill Albaugh (drums) […]

T.I.M.E.

Trust In Men Everywhere, commonly billed under the acronymic moniker T.I.M.E., were an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that released two albums on Liberty in 1968/69. Members: Larry Byrom (guitar), Bill Richardson (guitar), Nick St. Nicholas (bass), Steve Rumph (drums) T.I.M.E. were an offshoot of The Hard Times, a San Diego garage band that […]

Green Lyte Sunday

Green Lyte Sunday was an American psych-rock band from Dayton that released a self-titled album on RCA Victor in 1970. Members: Fly Barlow (woodwinds, saxophone), Susan Darby (vocals), Jason Hollinger (guitar), Rick Kalb (drums, backing vocals), Michael Losekamp (vocals, keyboards), James Wyatt (bass) Green Lyte Sunday formed in 1968 when bassist James Wyatt and keyboardist […]

The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows were an American folk-rock/psych band from New York that released a self-titled album on Capitol in 1968. They took their name from the 1908 children’s literary classic by British writer Kenneth Grahame. Co-vocalist Deborah Harry reemerged a decade later as the frontwoman of Blondie. Members: Deborah Harry (vocals, Indian tambura, […]

Touch

Touch were an American psych-rock band from Portland, Ore., that released a self-titled album on London-subsidiary Coliseum (U.S.) and Deram (U.K.) in 1969. Members: Jeff Hawks (vocals), Joey Newman (guitar), Don Gallucci (keyboards), Bruce Hauser (bass), John Bordonaro (drums) Touch emerged from the final lineup of Portland popsters Don & The Goodtimes, which featured vocalist […]

Gandalf

Gandalf were an American psych-rock band from NYC that recorded a self-titled album in 1967 for Capitol, which belatedly issued the album in 1969. The band originally recorded as The Rahgoos and alternately cut a single for RCA as The Barracuda. Members: Peter Sando (guitar), Bob Muller (bass), Frank Hubach (piano, electric piano, harpsichord, organ), […]

The Glitterhouse

The Glitterhouse was an American soul-psych band that released the 1968 album Color Blind on Dynovoice Records. They performed the theme song to the 1968 sci-fi comedy Barbarella. Keyboardist Mark “Moogy” Klingman surfaced in the original lineup of Todd Rundgren‘s Utopia. Members: Michael Gayle (guitar, vocals), Hank Aberle (guitar, violin, vocals), Al Lax (bass, vocals), […]

Linn County

Linn County was an American psych-rock band that released the 1968/69 Mercury albums Proud Flesh Soothseer and Fever Shot, followed by the 1970 Philips release Till the Break of Dawn. Members: Stephen Miller (vocals, keyboards), Fred Walk (guitar, sitar), Larry Easter (woodwinds), Dino Long (bass), Ray “Snake” McAndrew (drums), Clark Pierson (drums) They formed as […]

Power of Zeus

The Power of Zeus were an American hard-rock/psych band from Detroit that released the album The Gospel According to Zeus on Motown-subsidiary Rare Earth in 1970. The band gigged for two years prior as Gangrene but changed names as a condition of their contract. Members: Joe Periano (guitar), Bill Jones (bass), Dennie Webber (Hammond organ, […]

Love Craft

H.P. Lovecraft were an American psych-rock band from Chicago that released two albums with accompanying singles on Philips in 1967/68. The lineup underwent numerous changes and disbanded in San Francisco in 1968. The following year, guitarist/frontman George Edwards and drummer Michael Tegza assembled a new lineup under the abbreviated name Lovecraft, which issued the album […]

Lee Michaels

Lee Michaels is an American organist, singer, and songwriter who released six studio albums and a live disc on A&M between 1968 and 1973, followed by two mid-’70s titles on Columbia. He’s best known for his 1971 organ rocker “Do You Know What I Mean.” He was born Michael Olsen in Los Angeles on November […]

Buzzy Linhart

Buzzy Linhart (March 3, 1943 — Feb. 13, 2020) was an American musician and songwriter who released five albums between 1969 and 1981 and fronted the band Music on a 1971 release on Buddah. Early Life He was born William Charles Linhart in Pittsburgh, Penn., and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. From age seven, he played […]

Crazy Elephant

Crazy Elephant were an American psych-rock band from Camden, NJ, that released a self-titled album on Bell in 1969. Two years earlier, they self-released a single as The Livin’ End. Their album was produced by bubblegum stalwarts Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz. Drummer Bob Avery hailed from garage-rockers The Music Explosion. Keyboardist Larry Laufer subsequently […]

Quill

Quill were an American psych-rock band from Massachusetts that released a self-titled album on Cotillion in 1970. Drummer Roger North played in a later edition of the Holy Modal Rounders. Members: Dan Cole (vocals, guitar, trombone), Norm Rogers (guitar, bass, cello, vocals), Jon Cole (bass, guitar, vocals), Phil Thayer (keyboards, bass, saxophone, vocals), Roger North […]

Stained Glass

Stained Glass were an American psych-rock band from San Jose that released four singles on RCA Victor in 1966/67, followed by two albums on Capitol in 1969. The members initially cut a single as The Trolls. Bassist/singer Jim McPherson subsequently surfaced in Copperhead. Members: Jim McPherson (bass, vocals), Dennis Carrasco (drums, vocals), Roger Hedge (guitar, […]

Omnibus

Omnibus were an American psych-rock band from New Milford, NJ, that released a self-titled album on United Artists in 1970. Vocalist Robert Wegrzyn released a solo album under the moniker Wenchin on Buddah in 1975. Members: Robert “Bob” Wegrzyn (vocals), Joseph “Jay” Polt (guitar), Al Raimondi (keyboards), Robert “Bob” Marcinczak (bass), and Jerry Garino (drums), […]

The Illusion

The Illusion were an American psych-rock band from New York that released three albums on Steed Records between 1969 and 1970. Drummer Mike Ricciardella, keyboardist Mike Maniscalco, and guitarist Rich Cerniglia regrouped in hard-rockers Wiggy Bits in 1976. Maniscalco and Ricciardella subsequently reunited with Illusion-vocalist John Vinci in the band Network, which issued two 1977/78 […]

Christopher

Christopher were an American psych-rock band from Houston that released a self-titled album on Metromedia in 1970. Members: Doug Tull (drums), Doug Walden (bass, vocals), Richard Avitts (guitar, vocals), Leon Rudnicki (bass), Terence Hand (drums), Ron Kramer (percussion), John Simpson (drums) Discography: Christopher (1970)

Euclid

Euclid were an American hard-rock/psych band from Maine that released the album Heavy Equipment on Flying Dutchman in 1970. Guitarist/singer Gary Leavitt and his drumming brother Jay cut two singles with Dyer Brook garage-rockers The Cobras during the mid-1960s. Guitarist Ralph Mazzota hailed from Mass. psych-rockers Lazy Smoke. Members: Gary Leavitt (guitar, vocals), Maris Neibergers […]

Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf were an American psych-rock band from Denver that released two albums on Liberty in 1970/71, followed by an album apiece on Brut and Claridge. Members: Jerry Corbetta (vocals, keyboards), Rob Webber (guitar), Bob Raymond (bass), Bob MacVittie (drums, 1969-74), Bob Yeazel (guitar, 1971-73), Myron Pollack (drums, 1974-75) Discography: Sugarloaf (1970) Spaceship Earth (1971) I […]

Iron Butterfly

Iron Butterfly were an American psych-rock band from San Diego that released four albums and a live disc on Atco between 1968 and 1970, followed by a pair of albums on MCA in 1975. Members: Doug Ingle (organ, vocals, 1966-71, 1978-79), Danny Weis (guitar, 1966-67), Greg Willis (bass, 1966), Jack Pinney (drums, 1966), Darryl DeLoach […]

Earth Opera

Earth Opera were an American psych-rock band from Boston that released two albums on Elektra in 1968/69. Members: Peter Rowan (guitar, saxophone, vocals), David Grisman (mandolin, keyboards, saxophone, vocals), John Nagy (bass, cello), Paul Dillon (drums, guitar, percussion, vocals), Bill Stevenson (keyboards, vibraphone, 1967-68) Discography: Earth Opera (1968) The Great American Eagle Tragedy (1969)

Fever Tree

Fever Tree were an American psych-rock band from Houston that released three albums on Uni in 1968/69, followed by a fourth on Ampex in 1971. Members: Michael Knust (guitar), Rob Landes (keyboards, woodwind), John Tuttle (drums), EE Wolfe III (bass), Dennis Keller (vocals), Grant Johnson (keyboards), Kevin Kelly (drums), John Clarry (drums), Kenny Blanchette (bass) […]

Autosalvage

Autosalvage were an American blues-rock/psych band from New York that released a self-titled album on RCA Victor in 1968. Members: Thomas Donaher (vocals, guitar), Skip Boone (bass, guitar, piano), Rick Turner (guitar, banjo, dulcimer), Darius LaNoue Davenport (drums, vocals, oboe, keyboards, guitar, bass) Discography: Autosalvage (1968)

Blue Mountain Eagle

Blue Mountain Eagle were an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that released a self-titled album on Atco in 1970. Members: Joey Newman (vocals, lead guitar, keyboards), Bob “B.J.” Jones (lead guitar, vocals), David Price (guitar, vocals), Don Poncher (drums, vocals), Randy Fuller (bass, guitar, vocals, 1969-70), David L. Johnson (bass, 1970) Discography: Blue Mountain […]

Blues Magoos

The Blues Magoos were an American garage-rock/psych band from the Bronx that released three albums on Mercury between 1966 and 1968. After a four-fifths lineup overhaul, two further albums appeared on ABC in 1969/70. Guitarist/singer Peppy Castro later surfaced in the bands Barnaby Bye, Wiggy Bits, and Balance. Original drummer Geoff Daking became an engineer, […]

Jefferson Airplane

Jefferson Airplane was an American rock band from San Francisco that released five albums between 1966 and 1969 on RCA Victor. Members: Paul Kantner (guitar, vocals), Jorma Kaukonen (guitar, vocals), Marty Balin (vocals, 1965-70, 1989), Signe Anderson (vocals, 1965-66), Bob Harvey (bass, 1965), Jerry Peloquin (drums, 1965), Jack Casady (bass, 1965-89), Alexander “Skip” Spence (drums, […]

Love

Love were an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that released four albums on Elektra between 1966 and 1969. Members: Arthur Lee (vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica, drums), Bryan MacLean (guitar, vocals, 1965-68, 1977-78), Johnny Echols (guitar, 1965-68, 2004-05), John Fleckenstein (bass, 1965), Ken Forssi (bass, 1965-68), Don Conka (drums, 1965, 1991), Alban “Snoopy” Pfisterer (drums, […]

13th Floor Elevators

The 13th Floor Elevators were an American psych-rock band from Austin that released four albums on International Artists between 1966 and 1969. Members: Stacy Sutherland (guitar, vocals), Roky Erickson (vocals, guitar, 1965-68), Tommy Hall (jug, guitar, 1965-68), Benny Thurman (bass, violin, 1965-66), John Ike Walton (drums, 1965-67), Ronnie Leatherman (bass, 1966-67, 1968-69), Danny Galindo (bass, […]

Valhalla

Valhalla were an American psych-rock band from New York that released a self-titled album on United Artists Records in 1969. Members: Mark Mangold (organ, percussion, vocals), Rick Ambrose (bass, vocals), Bob Hulling (vocals), Don Krantz (guitar, bass), Eddie Livingston (drums) Discography: Valhalla (1969)

Westfauster

Westfauster were an American psych-rock trio from Cincinnati that released the album In a King’s Dream on Nasco Records in 1971. Members: Michael Newland (flute, saxophone, vibraphone), Stephen Helwig (drums, vocals), C. W. Fauster (piano, harpsichord, bass, keyboards, vocals) Discography: In a King’s Dream (1971)

The United States of America

The United States of America were an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that released a self-titled album on Columbia in 1968. Members: Joseph Byrd (electronics, electric harpsichord, organ, calliope, piano, vocals), Dorothy Moskowitz (lead vocals), Gordon Marron (electric violin, ring modulator, vocals), Rand Forbes (electric bass, vocals), Craig Woodson (electronic drums, percussion), Ed Bogas […]

Crow

Crow were an American psych-rock band from Minneapolis that released three albums on Amaret Records between 1969 and 1971. Their first, Crow Music, contains the track “Evil Woman” that was popularized on the debut album by Black Sabbath. Members: Dave Wagner (vocals, 1969-71, 1981-82), Dave “Kink” Middlemist (keyboards), Dick Wiegand (guitar), Larry Wiegand (bass), Harry […]

Elephant’s Memory

Elephant’s Memory were an American soul-rock/psych band from New York that released a self-titled album on Buddah in 1969. Amid several lineup changes, the band released an album apiece on Metromedia, Apple, and RCA Victor between 1971 and 1974. In 1972, they backed John Lennon on the first half of his double-set Some Time in […]

Strawberry Alarm Clock

The Strawberry Alarm Clock were an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that released four albums on MCA-subsidiary Uni Records between 1967 and 1969. Members: Lee Freeman (guitar, vocals), Ed King (guitar, bass, vocals), Gene Gunnels (), Gary Lovetro (bass, vocals, 1967), Randy Seol (drums, vocals, 1967-68), Mark Weitz (keyboards, vocals), George Bunnell (bass, guitar, […]

The Silver Apples

The Silver Apples were an American electronic/psych-rock band from NYC that released two albums on MCA-subsidiary Kapp Records in 1968. Material for a third album was released three decades after the fact by archivists Whirlybird. Members: Simeon Coxe (vocals, banjo, keyboards, oscillator), Dan Taylor (drums, percussion, vocals, 1967-70, 1998-2005), Xian Hawkins (keyboards, 1996-98), Michael Lerner […]

Pidgeon

Pidgeon were an American folk-psych band that released a self-titled album and a standalone single on Decca in 1969. Keyboardist/songwriter Jobriath Salisbury (aka Bruce Wayne Campbell) later released two cabaret-rock albums as Jobriath on Elektra. Members: Cheri Gage (autoharp, vocals), Richard T. Marshall (poetry), Jobriath Salisbury (keyboards, guitar, vocals), Bill Strong Smith (drums, percussion) Discography: […]

The Troll

The Troll were an American pop-psych band from Chicago that released a string of 1966/67 singles as The Trolls on ABC, followed by the album Animated Music on Smash Records in 1968. Members: Richard Clark (vocals, keyboards), Richard Gallagher (vocals, guitar), Kenneth Cortese [Ken Apples] (drums), Max Jordan Jr. (vocals, bass) Discography: Animated Music (1968)

SRC

SRC was an American psych-rock band that released three albums between 1968 and 1970 on Capitol, followed by a pair of 1972 singles, including one as Blue Scepter on the Motown-subsidiary Rare Earth. Members: Gary Quackenbush (guitar, 1968-69), Glenn Quackenbush (keyboards, vocals, 1968-70), E. G. Clawson (drums, 1968-70), Scott Richardson (vocals, 1968-70), Steve Lymann (guitar, […]

Spirit

Spirit was an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that released three 1968/69 albums on Ode Records, followed by two 1970–72 albums on Epic and a four-album 1975–77 run on Mercury. Members: Randy California (guitar, vocals, 1967-72, 1974-97), Ed Cassidy (drums, 1967-72, 1974-97), John Locke (keyboards, 1967-72, 1976, 1982-85, 1988-89), Mark Andes (bass, 1967-71, 1974, […]

Spoils of War

The Spoils of War were an American psych-rock band from Urbana, Ill., that self-released an eponymous EP in 1969. Between 1967 and 1970, the band recorded approximately three albums worth of material that was later released by archivists Shadoks. Members: Jim Cuomo (organ, piano, clarinet, dobro, dombura, saxophone, vocals, recorder), Roger Francisco [aka “RoFran”] (bass, […]

Bear

Bear were an American pop-psych band from New York that released the album Greetings, Children of Paradise on Verve Forecast in 1968. The band were initially called The Children of Paradise for a standalone 1967 single on Columbia. Keyboardist Eric Kaz proceeded to the Blues Magoos and issued two solo albums on Atlantic before resurfacing […]

The Rainbow Press

The Rainbow Press were an American psych-rock band from New York that released two albums on Mr. G Records in 1968/69. Members: Dave “Joe” Groff (lead vocals, tambourine, maracas, recorder, oboe), Marc Ellis (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals), Dave Troup (bass, acoustic guitar, vocals), Larry Milton (electric piano, acoustic guitar, vocals), Charlie Osborne (organ, vocals), […]

Broth

Broth were an American psych-rock/funk band from New Jersey that released a self-titled album on Mercury in 1970. Members: William Villanueva (saxophone, percussion, vocals), Carlos De La Rosa (horns, vocals), Eddie “Chino” Dominguez (percussion, vocals) Discography: Broth (1970)

Phluph

Phluph were an American psych-rock band from Cambridge, Mass., that released a self-titled album on Verve in 1968. Members: Lee Dudley (vocals, drums), Ben Blake (vocals, guitar), John Pell (vocals, bass), Joel Maisano (vocals, organ) Discography: Phluph (1968)

Sagittarius

Sagittarius were the pop-psych studio project of American producers Curt Boettcher and Gary Usher. The project yielded the album Present Tense on Columbia in 1968, followed by The Blue Marble on the pair’s Together imprint in 1969. Members: Gary Usher (vocals), Curt Boettcher (vocals) Discography: Present Tense (1968) The Blue Marble (1969)

Fat

Fat were an American psych-rock band from Massachusetts that released a self-titled album on RCA in 1970, followed by a standalone single in 1971. After a half-decade silence, the band re-emerged with Footloose on self-press Dream Merchant Records in 1976. A further shortplayer appeared on the imprint in 1982, two years after their disbandment. Members: […]

Frantic

Frantic was an American garage-psych band, formed in 1965 in Billings, Mont. Initially billed as The Frantics, they issued a standalone single on small-press Sunco Records in 1966. Re-situated in Los Angeles, Frantic released the album Conception on Lizard Music in 1970. Members: Max Byfuglin (vocals), Jim Haas (vocals, keyboards), Kim Sherman (guitar), David Day […]

Fraction

Fraction were an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that released the album Moon Blood on Angelus Records in 1971. Members: Jim Beach (vocals), Don Swanson (lead guitar), Curt Swanson (drums), Victor Hemme (bass), Robert Meinel (rhythm guitar) Discography: Moon Blood (1971)

Orpheus

Orpheus were an American psych-rock band from Boston that released three albums on MGM in 1968/69, followed by a fourth on Bell in 1971. Members: Bruce Arnold (vocals, guitar), Jack McKenes (vocals, guitar), Eric “The Snake” Gulliksen (bass), Harry Sandler (drums) Discography: Orpheus (1968) Ascending (1968) Joyful (1969) Orpheus (1971)

Corpus

Corpus were an American hard-rock/psych band from Corpus Christi, Tex., that released the album Creation a Child on one-press Acorn Records in 1971. Members: Richard Deleon (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), William Grate (lead guitar, backing vocals), James Castillo (bass), Frudy Lianes (drums) Discography: Creation a Child (1971)

Chamaeleon Church

Chamaeleon Church were an American pop-psych band from Boston that released a self-titled album on MGM in 1968. Drummer Chevy Chase later transferred into comedy, achieving fame as a member of the original cast of NBC’s Saturday Night Live during the 1975–76 television season. He ultimately became a big-screen funnyman in a series of screwball […]

Damnation of Adam Blessing

Damnation of Adam Blessing were an American hard-rock/psych band from Cleveland that released three albums on United Artists between 1969 and 1971, followed by a fourth as Glory on small-press Avalanche in 1973. Members: Adam Blessing [Bill Constable] (lead vocals), Bob Kalamasz (lead guitar, backing vocals), Jim Quinn (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Ray Benick (bass […]

The Freeborne

The Freeborne were an American psych-rock band from Boston that released the album Peak Impressions on Monitor Records in 1968. Members: Bob Margolin (guitar), Nick Castoln (guitar, keyboard, vocals, recorder, cello), Dave Codd (recorder, harpsichord, percussion, vocals, bass), Mike Spiros (keyboards, chimes, bell tree, trumpet, percussion), Lew Lipson (drums, percussion) Discography: Peak Impressions (1968)

Crystal Circus

Crystal Circus were an American psych-rock band from Los Angeles that test-ran the album In Relation to Our Times on small-press All-American in 1968. Members: Bruce Turner (lead guitar, vocals), Greg Munford (rhythm guitar, vocals), Bob Feldman (bass, vocals), Jack Bielan (keyboards, vibraphone, vocals), Gary Solomon (flute, saxophone, vocals), Terry Rae (drums, vocals) Discography: In […]

Help

Help were an American rustic hard-rock trio from California that released two albums on Decca in 1970/71. Members: Chet McCracken (vocals, drums, percussion), Jack Merrill (vocals, guitar), Rob Rochan (vocals, bass, percussion) Discography: Help (1971) Second Coming (1971)

Grootna

Grootna was an American psych-rock/soul band from Berkeley that released a self-titled album on Columbia in 1971. Members: Kelly Bryan (bass), Slim Chance [Austin De Leon] (guitar, vocals), Greg Dewey [Dewey Dagreaze] (drums, vocals), Anna Rizzo (vocals), Vic Smith (guitar, vocals), Richard Sussman (piano) Formation Grootna blossomed from a shared housing situation between guitarist Slim […]

Chrysalis

Chrysalis were an American psych-rock band from Ithaca, NY, that released the album Definition on MGM in 1968. Members: James Spider Barbour (vocals, guitar), Nancy Nairn (vocals), Jon Sabin (guitar), Paul Album (bass), Dahaud Shaar (drums), Ralph Kotkov (keyboards) Discography: Definition (1968)

Bubble Puppy

Bubble Puppy were an American psych-rock band from San Antonio that released the album A Gathering of Promises on International Artists in 1969. The band subsequently changed its name to Demian for an eponymous release in 1971. Members: Rod Prince (guitar, vocals), David Fore (drums), Todd Potter (guitar), Roy Cox Jr. (bass, vocals) Discography: A […]

Blues Image

Blues Image were an American psych-rock band from Tampa that released three albums on Atco between 1969 and 1970. Members: Malcolm Jones (bass), Joe Lala (drums, percussion), Manuel Bertematti (drums), Mike Pinera (guitar, vocals, 1966-70), Skip Konte (keyboards, 1968-71), Kent Henry (guitar, 1970-71), Denny Correll (vocals, 1970-71) Discography: Blues Image (1969) Open (1970) Red White […]

The New York Rock & Roll Ensemble

The New York Rock & Roll Ensemble was an American psychedelic baroque-rock band that released three albums between 1968 and 1970 on Atco, followed by two 1971–72 titles on Columbia. Keyboardist Michael Kamen became a Hollywood film composer. Members: Clifton Nivison (vocals, guitar, percussion), Dorian Rudnytsky (vocals, cello, bass, piano, trumpet, french horn), Michael Kamen […]

Mandrake Memorial

Mandrake Memorial were an American psych-rock band from Philadelphia that released three albums on MGM-subsidiary Poppy Records in 1968/69. Members: Craig Anderton (guitar), Randy Monaco (bass, vocals), Kevin Lally (drums), Michael Kac (keyboards, vocals, 1967-69) Discography: The Mandrake Memorial (1968) Medium (1969) Puzzle (1969) “Something in the Air” / “Musical Man” (1970) 3 Part Inventions […]