Los Angeles canyon-rock quintet the Everpresent Fullness comprised singer/guitarist Tom Carvey, lead guitarist Paul Johnson, bassist Steve Pugh, drummer Terry Hand and multi-instrumentalist Jack Ryan. Formed in 1965, the group fused elements of pop, country-rock and even ragtime, often sharing the stage with kindred spirits like the Buffalo Springfield and the Sir Douglas Quintet; opening slots for the Turtles earned the Everpresent Fullness the attention of White Whale Records, and their Warren Zevon-penned debut single "Wild About My Lovin'" followed in 1966. The group reached the apex of their career that summer, beginning work on a full-length LP and opening for Love at San Francisco's legendary Fillmore in August; however, White Whale mysteriously cut off funding prior to the album's completion, and after issuing one more single, ...
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