SPIDERS - Why Don't You Love Me +3 (Sundazed SEP 141) USA 1998 reissue of 1965 recordings 45RPM EP (Pré Alice Cooper) | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: NM (mint-)
Founded as "The Earwigs" in the spring of 1964, the group featured Vincent Furnier (later known as Alice Cooper) on vocals, Dennis Dunaway on bass, and Glen Buxton on guitar. They were shortly after joined by John Tatum on rhythm guitar and John Speer on drums and became Spiders in the fall of 1965. Michael Bruce replaced Tatum on guitar in 1966. The band relocated to Los Angeles in March 1967, changed their name to The Nazz in April. Fellow Phoenix musician and friend Neal Smith moved in with the band in September 1967 and replaced Speer as drummer latter that fall. By March of 1968 the band changed their name again, becoming Alice Cooper to prevent confusion with Todd Rundgren's group Nazz.
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SPIDERS Why Don't You Love Me +3 (Sundazed SEP 141) USA 1998 reissue of 1965 recordings 45RPM EP (Pré Alice Cooper) (Garage Rock)
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