In 1966, the original garage rock band, The Litter was formed with Tom Murray as the drummer. Two albums were made which included their hit “Action Woman.” 1969 brought changes as Tom and other original members Dan Rinaldi and Jim Kane brought Mark Gallagher and Ray Melina on board to record The Litter’s third album, Emerge, on ABC’s Probe label. The album went gold. The Litter were playing with other heavy hitters like Led Zeppelin, The Who, Cream, Jethro Tull, and many other popular artists of the day.
As the sole survivor of that era’s Litter, Tom Murray decided to make another recording called Future of the Past. Tom enlisted the help of talented and enthusiastic young players, Ronnie Long on vocals, and guitarists Scott Uhl, Danny Masters Gorklo, and Greg Burgess. Tom also called on friends like original Litter guitarist, Zippy Caplan, Larry Wiegand of Crow, Bernie Bomberg of The Surf Dawgs, Jon Romero (Jonnie Sage Records) and the original guitarist of The Revolution, Dez Dickerson, to add their magic to the recordings. This album rocks and is an out-of-the-box vision of where rock was and should be going. IT’s A HAPPENING!
Stay With Me
Crazy Horse Legend
For What It's Worth
Voids Can Be Filled
The Mummy's Revenge
You Can't Feel Love
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