From New Haven, Connecticut, The Pulse evolved out of The Bram Rigg Set and The Shags, and were originally known as The Pulse Of Burritt Bradley. The track, Burritt Bradley, is a surreal slice of psychedelic madness, which can also be found on the Beyond The Calico Wall (LP & CD) compilation.
By contrast, their album is a furious heavy rock affair and rated highly by some collectors.
Tommy Violante left in 1969, although the band soldiered on until '72, playing mostly rehashed Cream-type stuff.
BENNET (BEAU) SEGAL
JEFF FULLER hrmnca
1.Too Much Lovin' (3:15)
2.Another Woman (7:37)
4.Thanks For Thinking Of Me (3:54)
6.She's Killin' Me (3:45)
7.Garden Of Love (3:33)
9.My Old Boy (2:25)
Great hard rockin' release from 68' or 69'. I have no idea where this band hails from. Pulse's one album reminds me of Free, very good guitar from Peter Neri. Not a weak track on this album, my favorite is "Hypnotized".
Rip from CD 256@ (full artwork included)