As a kid, this writer’s favorite band was Paul Revere & The Raiders, who wore Revolutionary War costumes, but whose songs were pure adrenaline to his young brain.
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Perhaps the most underrated band of the 60s, Paul Revere & The Raiders belong in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
If one Paul Revere & The Raiders album reaches cult-classic status, it has to be 1967’s Christmas disc, “A Christmas Present…& Past.”
Paul Revere & the Raiders were one of the last 1960s bands to get their catalogue on CD; even longtime holdouts The Beatles had their first CDs out before you could buy a decent Raiders compilation.
Their name and costumes were gimmicky, but the band were about more than tricorns and tights