Space Rock !
In 1964 singer/guitarist Dante Rossi, leader of one of the most popular west side bands, The Grasshoppers, decided to form a new five-piece band called The Dantes.
He brought in Bill Emery (bass/vocals), Doug McCutcheon (keyboards/vocals), Larry Meece (lead guitar/vocals) and John Kirkpatrick (drums).
Soon, the Dantes caught the attention of WHK deejay Ron Brittain, who became their manager, and changed their name to the Tulu Babies. The following year, Tulu Babies released The Hurtin' Kind, which became a local hit.
The producer of that record, Jim Testa, then became the group's manager, and changed their name once again.
As The Baskerville Hounds, the group released two songs which made it to Billboard. Debbie, only got to No. 99, but Space Rock, Pts. I & II, reached No. 60.
The latter's popularity was greatly due to Space Rock which became the theme song for the local Friday night TV show, Ghoulardi.
The Baskerville Hounds - Space Rock Part One
The Baskerville Hounds - Space Rock Part Two