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'The Sloths' are back from the grave

8 July 2016 9:53 PM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

By Jonathan Weichsel

MoreHorror.com

Horror director Kansas Bowling (B.C. Butcher) is a huge music fan, and she recently sent me a tip about a cool new rock album that was literally fifty years in the making. In 1965 five boys, aged fifteen to seventeen, some students at Beverly Hills High, some dropouts, formed a garage rock band called The Sloths. After playing at venues around Hollywood such as The Stratford, Sea Witch, The Hullabaloo, Hollywood Palladium, The Whiskey, Bito Lidos, and The Galaxy, and sharing bills with The Doors, Love, Iron Butterfly, The Seeds, Pink Floyd and The Animals, The Sloths were approached by Impression Records and recorded two original songs; “Makin’ Love” and “You Mean Everything To Me.” The band made the rounds of the major radio stations, hoping to have their record played. But “Makin’ Love” was considered too controversial, and “You Mean Everything To Me’” was only played on air once. »

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