Anyone who lived in Philadelphia in the late '60s would remember the Mandrake Memorial well. They opened for many of the star rock bands who passed through the city, and in terms of local popularity, they were probably only second to the Nazz. Outside of Philadelphia, they were scarcely known whatsoever, though they did manage to produce some fine second-division psychedelia. As vocalists they were adequate, but they were accomplished players and interesting writers, dressing their solid melodies with liberal jazz and Middle Eastern influences. Guitarist Craig Anderton became a noted music technology writer, contributing to magazines such as Electronic Musician. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

Top Tracks
The Mandrake Memorial - Puzzle - 1969 - (Full album)
Mandrake Memorial - Dark Lady
The Mandrake Memorial - Medium 1969 (full album)
Mandrake Memorial live footage at The Trauma/Philadelphia (1967)
Mandrake Memorial - Sunday Noon
Mandrake Memorial - House of Mirrors
Mandrake Memorial - here i am
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