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Spirit was an American west coast psychedelic rock band founded in 1967 and based in Los Angeles, California. They were one of the first groups to record for the newly formed Columbia subsidiary label Ode Records in 1968, and their self titled debut LP "Spirit" was released shortly thereafter. A single from the LP was released, but failed to chart, Spirit returned the studio later that year to record their second LP titled "The Family That Plays Together". A single from this album titled "I Got a Line on You" went on to become a minor hit in the US, and was pivotal in establishing them as a commercially successful group in the 1970's. Their fourth LP, released in 1971, "Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus." became their best selling album and is listed in the top 500 rock albums of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine.

Original lineup
Randy California - guitar, vocals (1967–72, 1972–73, 1974–79, 1982–97; died 1997)
Ed Cassidy - drums (1967–72, 1972–73, 1974–79, 1982–97; died 2012)
John Locke - keyboards (1967–72, 1976, 1982–85, 1988–89; died 2006)
Mark Andes - bass (1967–71, 1974, 1976, 1982–85, 1988–89)
Jay Ferguson - vocals, percussion (1967–71, 1976, 1982–85) , Wikipedia , , Imdb
Members:Al Staehely, Barry Keene, Ed Cassidy, Jay Ferguson, Jeff Baxter, John Locke, John Staehely, Larry Knight, Mark Andes, Matt Andes, Mike Bunnell, Randy Wolfe, Scott Monahan, Stu Perry
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