Anyone know where they were from? I've been told Philadelphia. I have all there albums except the very last one. I seen the Hello People at the Cafe Wha they put on a good show. I always got a kick out of the signs they held up between songs.
Was always into THP since the beginning. Having been on the highly regarded Phillips label you can bet there's something good going on. I think the mime thing fucked 'em. There should be a law against mimes. Shoot me. I remember that era, very well The best album by the group is by far Fusion with their semi hit Anthem.
Its on slingblade11 channel if you cant find it in a general search. I've been looking for them for forty years--they said it all, what we were thinking and feeling. Thank you hello people!
Anyone know where I can get the lyrics for the Hello People? Pray foir rain! Did Jethro Tull play the flute on their '67 LP? I just picked it up recently and I could swear that it is his face in the line up. Rockadrome Record Labels Promotions Sitemap. Cart is empty. View cart. Secure Checkout. Rockadrome Forged In Fire Vintage. Books Magazines. T-shirts Patches Buttons Accessories. Write a review. Get free with: points.
Reward points: 7 points. Cat No: DSD Availability: Out-of-stock. Notify me when available Email:. Your name. Your rating Excellent! Very Good Average Fair Poor. Peter and Greg sang most of the lead vocals for the album Fusion. Greg also contributed as recording engineer for the group, a career he later followed after ending the touring with Todd Rundgren.
Hello People performed as Todd Rundgren 's back-up band and background vocalists on some of his early tours in the s. They also were part of his Back to the Bars tour, singing background vocals and doing mime routines. The single "Future Shock" charted at From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.TEAC's album was released in just prior to their own album, "Handsome Devils" which charted in at # in Billboard Magazine. The single "Future Shock" charted at Lineup. The original Hello People were: W. S. "Sonny" Tongue - vocal, guitar (stage name "Country") Greg Geddes - bass, vocal (stage name "Smoothie").