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The Human Expression

The Human Expression
Formed: 1966
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Disbanded: 1967
Genre: Pop/Rock, Country, Folk
Group Members: Jim Quarles, Jim Foster, Martin Eshleman, Tom Hamilton, Armand Poulin
Biography: But for a 1967 decision about which single to record, The Human Expression might've been a lot more than an obscure but beloved psychedelic band from Los Angeles. The band was formed in 1966 by Jim Quarles (lead vocals), Jim Foster (rhythm guitar), Martin Eshleman (lead guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass), ...Read full biography
Love at Psychedelic Velocity
Released: 1994
Label: Collectables
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Love at Psychedelic Velocity
Released: 1994
Label: Cicadelic
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The Human Expression were a band from suburban Los Angeles whose music lurked somewhere in between garage rock and psychedelia. They're celebrated by garage rock fans for their second single, 1967's "Optical ...Read full review
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