A fabricated, psychedelic blues-rock septet who carried around the label of "supergroup" like an albatross (or is it oxpecker?) through three albums. Rhinoceros held up their end of the experiment by playing with more energy and synergy that you would expect. Their debut was produced by Paul A. Rothchild (The Doors), who together with Frazier Mohawk (Buffalo Springfield) was instrumental in assembling Rhinoceros. After three albums, the band broke up and the players went their separate ways into stunted solo careers and session work.
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1968||I Will Serenade You|
|1969 February||Apricot Brandy|
|1969||I Need Love|
|1969 September||SATIN CHICKENS|
|1970 July||BETTER THINGS ARE COMING|
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