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Music, Kelley Stoltz: Psych-pop Savant Who Came to S.F. and Launched a Recording Revolution

Kelley Stoltz: Psych-pop Savant Who Came to S.F. and Launched a Recording Revolution

A month after moving from New York to San Francisco in 1996, Kelley Stoltz shook hands with the man behind the counter at Jack's Record Cellar in the Lower Haight. It was Roy Loney — the original vocalist of '70s…
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Music, Fire Still Burns: The Flamin' Groovies Return to Shake Some Action Again

Fire Still Burns: The Flamin' Groovies Return to Shake Some Action Again

San Francisco rockers the Flamin' Groovies epitomize the status of "cult legends": Few know their music, but most who do will champion it intensely. The band's best albums are forgotten classics: 1971's Teenage Head is the American Exile on Main…
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Re-Grooved In retrospect, it seems like the Flamin' Groovies did just about everything wrong. Formed in San Francisco in 1965, the band -- singer Roy Loney, guitarists Cyril Jordan and Tim Lynch, bassist George Alexander, and drummer Danny Mihm --…
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