West Michigan Mid-Sixties Bands


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Last updated on May 17, 2004.

Need help, my copy of Last Voyage Home, recorded off lav about 20 yrs ago, is need of replacement, e-mailed Gates at lav, was no help. Need to know where I can buy a copy


Posted by: Dave Lovell at October 29, 2004 07:10 PM

Dave, you can order it on cd directly from Aris here: http://www.arisdisc.com/SoulB.htm

Posted by: Jake at October 30, 2004 07:34 AM

I hired the Phlegethon to play for a high school dance at Forest Hills in the Multi-Purpose Room. They were what we called "heavy" back in those days. I guess that meant loud and percussive and creating a trance :} I thought I was really being hip and turning the people that go to the dances on to the real thing. It was fun for me. Not sure anyone else noticed :)

Posted by: kim rush at September 14, 2006 02:54 PM

I would just like to know if the tune: You're no good was written by Phlegathon. Thanks

Posted by: Dan Matthews at September 17, 2007 04:38 AM

No, "You're No Good" is an old Betty Everett song.

A better question would be, what famous beatnik really wrote the lyrics to Phlegethon's "The Sun"... (anyone?... anyone?...)

Posted by: Tom Shannon at September 3, 2009 12:13 AM

what were the band members names? these sites are fun to read but not real informative! :)

Posted by: diane cummings at October 22, 2009 03:20 PM

I don't remember where I first heard Last Voyage Home. It could have been on WGRD or WLAV (after they turned from oldies to progressive). I loved the song, but there was no way to get it. I happened to think about it 5 yrs ago or so and searched the internet. I found that it was going to be released on CD and now I have it.

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