1. The Australian psychedelic-folk rock band GALADRIEL released one album of mixed goodies in the early 70's: some blues-tinged psychedelic rock, late 60's hippie-style, with some West Coast vibes. They were working on a second album but somehow the master tapes were destroyed and the album never materialized. Following this, the party split up in 1972, their guitarist/vocalist Garry Adams as well as drummer Doug Bligh teeming up with a band called The Click; Bligh later joined another Aussie symphonic prog outfit (Windchase) for their album "Symphinity" in 1977. Read more about Galadriel on Last.fm.