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Monday, 31 March 2008

The Forum Quorum (USA-1968)




Forum Quorum is forgotten group despite a number of impressive accomplishments. But how many other groups of the era can claim two appearances on the Mike Douglas Show, two motion picture soundtracks, numerous product jingle recordings, a Vox sponsorship, a national magazine cover, and two 45 singles and a full LP release. Excellent teen psych LP with swirling organ sounds with eastern influences including the Greek traditional guitar of “bouzouki” and amplified flute. They were formed in New York.

I think that you will really enjoy this LP as it has very good production and powerful compositions which represent perfectly the 60s music scene of the era.


Their members were: Sturg Pardalis, Sal Palazzolo, Roger Calleo, Brian Albano, and Bobby Castaldo.


4 comments:

Glenn said...

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Thanks

Spyros said...

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Just saw your message
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Thank you
Spyros

Anonymous said...

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BobbyT69 said...

they were also the group followed in the book "How to Form A Rock Group".