Harbinger complex - i think i'm down - my dear and kind sir




A garage band from Fremont, CA, the Harbinger Complex are best remembered for their 1966 fuzz-punk classic "I Think I'm Down" (Brent 7056). The quintet centered on lead vocalist Jim Hockstaff and his songwriting partner B. Hoyle III. Hockstaff's Dionysian exploits – the siring of several love children – got him banned from Fremont's Washington High, yet his musicianship inspired student Jim Sawyers (later of the Topsiders, Otherside, Vejtables and the Syndicate of Sound – to hone his own nascent… read more

Eisenhower was at the end of his presidency. He could look back across a long career that encompassed military service in World War I (stateside), the post-war military cuts, service as Supreme Allied Commander in World War II, and as president from 1953–1961. The world had changed much in his time, but Eisenhower believed that America’s role in the world had not.


Harbinger Complex - I Think I'm Down - My Dear And Kind SirHarbinger Complex - I Think I'm Down - My Dear And Kind SirHarbinger Complex - I Think I'm Down - My Dear And Kind SirHarbinger Complex - I Think I'm Down - My Dear And Kind Sir

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