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Eire Apparent - 1969 - Sun Rise

Eire Apparent was a band from Northern Ireland. In 1966 guitarist Henry McCullough (formerly of The Sky Rockets Showband and Gene & The Gents) from Portstewart in Northern Ireland teamed up with bassist Chris Stewart, singer Ernie Graham and drummer Davy Lutton  in the psychedelic outfit The People, replacing keyboard player Eric Wrixon. 'The People' - who had evolved out of earlier band 'Tony & The Telstars' - developed a reputation on the Blackpool and Dublin music scenes and contributed to the 1966 compilation album Ireland's Greatest Sounds: Five Top Groups From Belfast's Maritime Club. In 1967 the band moved to London and were signed by ex-Animal Chas Chandler and Mike Jeffery for Track Records, who changed the band's name to "Eire Apparent" - Jeffrey wanted to exploit the Irish dimension and his wife came up with the new name. Despite only having released one single, Chandler sent them on tour with headliners Jimi Hendrix Experience, Soft Machine and The Animals. Things went quite well during 1968 until, when in Canada in early September, McCullough was sent back to Ireland due to visa problems, so Mick Cox took his place in the band. The new line-up cut the album Sunrise in late October 1968 in LA during the tour, with Jimi Hendrix producing, released in 1969. Jimi had tried to combine traces of Rock, Pop and Psychedelia.

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