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Spooky Tooth
Formed: 1967
Disbanded: 1974
Active: '60s-2000s Major
Styles: Regional Blues, Album Rock, British Blues Major
Members: Mike Kellie, Mike Harrison, Gary Wright, Luther Grosvenor Representative
Albums: "The Last Puff", "Spooky Two", "Lost in My
Dream: An Anthology 1968-1974" Representative
Songs: "That Was Only Yesterday", "Better by You, Better Than Me", "Waitin' for the Wind"

UPC Type Title
731454104920 CD Best of Spooky Tooth-That Was
042284268820 (i) CD Best of Spooky Tooth
5013929723320 (i) CD Ceremony
4988005518194 (i) CD Ceremony
4988005518170 (i) CD It's All About
4988005518200 (i) CD Last Puff
5060230861593 DVD Lost Broadcasts
5013929723221 (i) CD Lost in My Dream: An Anthology 1968-74
099923442721 CD Nomad Poets Live in Germany 2004
805772410824 (i) CD Nomad Poets Live in Germany 2004
099923418290 DVD Nomad Poets Live in Germany 2004
4988005518217 (i) CD You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your

Biography: Part of the early-'70s British hard rock scene, Spooky Tooth grew out of the bluesy VIPs and prog rock group Art and consisted of vocalist Mike Harrison, keyboardist/vocalist Gary Wright, guitarist Luther Grosvenor, bassist Greg Ridley, and drummer Mike Kellie. The group built a following through countless gigs and recorded its debut album, It's All About, in 1968. Spooky Two became their most successful album in the U.S.; afterwards, Ridley left to join Humble Pie and was replaced by Andy Leigh. Following 1970's Ceremony, Wright left to form Wonderwheel, while Grosvenor took the name Ariel Bender and joined Stealers Wheel and later Mott the Hoople. The addition of three members of Joe Cocker's Grease Band -- Henry McCullough, Chris Stainton, and Alan Spenner -- was not enough to keep the band afloat, and Spooky Tooth broke up after The Last Puff in 1970. A reunion in 1973 with Wright, Harrison, and future Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones produced several LPs, including the moderately successful You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your Jaw, but personnel shifts and a lack of top-notch material ended the project in 1974. Wright went on to a successful solo career, scoring pop hits like "Dream Weaver," and Mike Kellie later joined the punk-pop Only Ones. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi