The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack is the 1967 debut album by the English psychedelic rock and progressive rock group The Nice. It is considered one of the first albums in the latter genre. The name Emerlist Davjack is a pseudonym created by combining the last names of the four members of the group; Keith Emerson, David O'List, Brian Davison, and Lee Jackson. The album was promoted by a sampler (Featured on the Castle Communications 2000 box set "Here Come The Nice" featuring a commentary by John Peel, which included the following comments: 1967 was a strange year for pop music with groups experimenting with new sounds and bouncing on and off bandwagons with dizzying speed and agility. They were calling themselves ridiculous names and regretting it shortly. The Nice came together in a void and will be here when the others are in pantomime in Wolverhampton. The cover, photographed by Gered Mankowitz, shows members of the band apparently unclothed except for being wrapped in cellophane.
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