The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
Genres:
Avant-Garde, Pop/Rock
Meta styles:
Modern Composition, Psychedelic/Garage
Styles:
Experimental, Psychedelic/Garage

There are few groups as enigmatic, as mysterious as The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. The prime mover in the band was Bob Markley, born in Oklahoma and the son of an oil tycoon. He moved to Los Angeles early in the 1960's, and in late 1961 he began his recording career with "It Should Have Been Me" / 'Summer's Comin' On", released on Warner Bros. Both sides were pure teen doo-wop, giving little indication of what would follow.

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Where's My Daddy

Where's My Daddy

2
Year:
1969
Tracks:
12
Bitrate:
256 kbps
A Child's Guide To Good And Evil

A Child's Guide To Good And Evil

1
Year:
1968
Tracks:
13
Bitrate:
256 kbps
Part One

Part One

2
Year:
1967
Tracks:
13
Bitrate:
256 kbps
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