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November 13, 2009
Mayo Thompson, front man of psychedelic rock pioneers Red Krayola checks the time after giving a rare...
Vienna, Austria
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Mayo Thompson, front man of psychedelic rock pioneers Red Krayola checks the time after giving a rare concert in Vienna November 10, 2009. Few rock bands have been accused of killing a dog with sound alone. Probably fewer still would
claim the death of a parakeet got them their first break in the music business. Not so Mayo Thompson's Red Krayola. Though the band initially folded decades ago after the manager of a venue begged, then paid them to stop playing, they
survived to become one of the world's most enduring underground acts thanks to a career built on a record made for $600 in 1967. Picture taken November 10. TO ACCOMPANY STORY ARTS-THOMPSON/ REUTERS/Dave Graham (AUSTRIA)
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