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The 1968 self-titled album by Touch – featuring Don Gallucci (ex-Kingsmen organist and future Stooges producer) – was a wild and glorious explosion of keyboard-led proto-prog that foreshadowed later styles of YesThe Nice and Chicago, reeling through jazz, blues, silent-film music, doomy organ figures and tricky time changes aplenty.

The track Down At Circe’s Place – a thumping piano riff that collapses into a well of psychedelic oddness – started off a suite that enveloped the album’s second half.

Mick JaggerGrace Slick and Jimi Hendrix all attended the recording of the album.

Don Gallucci 
Keyboards, vocals
Bruce Hauser 

Bass, vocals
John Bordonaro 

Drums, vocals
Jeff Hawks 

Vern Kjellberg (Joey Newman)

Guitar, vocals