Spooky Tooth

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 1993 (The 1994 Induction Ceremony)

Previously Considered? No  what's this?

Spooky Tooth @ Wikipedia

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No comments for Spooky Tooth yet? Where are you mrxyz?

Posted by Keebord on Saturday, 12.20.08 @ 15:12pm


Can someone recommend a good dentist for these guys?

Posted by joker on Monday, 12.22.08 @ 12:33pm


Yes, try Dr. Dr. Paine, or Dr. Hertz, both graduated from Colgate.

Posted by Worm on Monday, 12.22.08 @ 12:48pm


Spooky Tooth rock!! First act to introduce twin keyboard approach, influenced Judas Priest, good music, Firebrick says yes.

Posted by Firebrick on Monday, 12.22.08 @ 13:40pm


Why not? Very interesting music.

Posted by Child in Time 27 on Monday, 12.22.08 @ 14:18pm


Another great band, gotta love twin keyboards
great songs:

"That Was Only Yesterday"
"Waiting For the Wind"
"How"
"Better by You, Better Than Me"

Posted by Lockloney on Thursday, 04.30.09 @ 13:08pm


Yes Lockloney, who could forget abou the infamous Iron Maiden version of "Better by You, Better than Me." Also, I believe Gary Wright had a massive solo hit sometime in the 70's with "Dream Weaver."

Posted by Keebord on Thursday, 04.30.09 @ 13:10pm


Actually it was Judas Priest who covered "Better by You, Better than Me" and there were no subliminal messages in it.

Posted by Dude Man on Friday, 05.1.09 @ 13:01pm


Spooky Tooth was not the first band to have the twin keyboard approach. That honor belongs to Procol Harum. Gary Brooker played piano in addition to lead vocals, while Matthew Fisher played the orgen. Procol Harum's first album came out a year before Spooky Tooth's debut album. Bo Brooker and Fisher beat Harrison and Wright by one year.

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Friday, 05.1.09 @ 22:37pm


Thanks for the correction Dude Man, I don't know what I was thinking

Posted by Keebord on Tuesday, 06.9.09 @ 17:45pm


No problem Keebord.

Posted by Dude Man on Tuesday, 06.9.09 @ 19:17pm


Good to see all this serious discussion about Spooky Tooth. I love the group personally although I have to point out that no one had yet mentioned their song "Feelin' Bad." which is good just like "That Was Only Yesterday," "Waiting For the Wind" or any other aforementioned songs. Oh yeah, "Evil Woman" is a great track too

Posted by Cubix on Tuesday, 06.9.09 @ 19:33pm


Cubix...remember "Better By You, Better Than Me"? I hadn't thought about Spooky Tooth for a while!!

Posted by Gitarzan on Tuesday, 06.9.09 @ 19:50pm


The song "How" is also one of my favorites

Posted by Cubix on Tuesday, 06.9.09 @ 20:00pm


Luther Grosvenor was with Mott the Hoople after Spooky Tooth, and Gary Wright had a couple of hits with "My Love Is Alive" and "Dream Weaver".

Posted by Gitarzan on Tuesday, 06.9.09 @ 20:04pm


I'm freaked out a little that there's a Spooky Tooth page on this site. Dam, this thing is comprehensive beyond belief.

Posted by JDM on Tuesday, 05.21.13 @ 05:07am


Really, you've gotta be commenting on Deep Purple to even find this page. And cripes, Koko Taylor's name is on the left sidebar too. Is she really not in yet? That's crazy, and I'm serious - no irony or any weird internet crap #kokotaylor_kicks_arse.

Posted by JDM on Tuesday, 05.21.13 @ 05:11am


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