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Fever Tree

A minor, if reasonably interesting, late-'60s psychedelic group, Houston's Fever Tree is most famous for their single "San Francisco Girls," with its dramatic melody, utopian lyrics, and searing fuzz guitar. Most of their best material, ironically, was written by their over-30 husband-wife production team, Scott and Vivian Holtzman, who had previously written material for Tex Ritter and the Mary Poppins soundtrack. These odd bedfellows produced some fairly distinctive material with more classical/Baroque influences and orchestral string arrangements than were usually found in psychedelic groups. Their pretty, wistful ballads (enhanced on their first album by arranger David Angel, who had also worked on Love's classic Forever Changes) endure better than their dirge-like fuzz grinders, which epitomize some of the more generic aspects of heavy psychedelia. Releasing four albums (the third of which, Creation, included guest guitar by future ZZ Top axeman Billy Gibbons), their records grew weaker and more meandering with time, and the group disbanded in 1970. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi
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Omg! Fever tree!!! Yes!!!
weiserj
Fever Tree transports me back to the freshman year dorm---where there was one phone for the whole floor and a popcorn popper. We were livin' high---liter a l l y .
I watched them at the Town House in Groves Texas, very cool group!
Still have the Fever Tree vinyl...and am still a big VF fan.
fevertree is primo what else is there to say.
This album blew me away when I first heard it. I hadn't heard the music for decades, but I still enjoy their unique style. Wow, what a great time those days were!!!
scott.smith4 7
I don't like the word "minor" when referring to Fever Tree. They were a staple at the Catacombs and Love Street and other '60s Houston venues. I personally like Return of the Native best. Of course I'm almost 60 and haven't grown up!
Aye, you would also like SRC (Scott Richard Case) and the Frost!
This group was an inventive alternative to the big groups of that day, bringing drama of a different sort to the musical tableau of 1968. If you liked Fever Tree, you probably also liked Vanilla Fudge.

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