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    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Tony Valentino, guitar
    Larry Tamblyn, organ
    Gary Lane, bass guitar
    Dick Dodd, drums and vocals
    Recorded the singles 'Dirty Water,' 'Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White,' 'Try It,' 'Why Pick on Me' and 'Riot on Sunset Strip'
    Appeared in the films 'Get Yourself a College Girl' and 'Riot on Sunset Strip' and in the 'Far Out Munster' episode of The Munsters
    'Dirty Water' was their only song to make the Top 40 (1966).
    Despite the 'Dirty Water' line 'Boston, you're my home,' they were actually Angelinos.
    Their single 'Try It' was banned from many radio stations for being too suggestive.
    They released a song under the less-than-inspired pseudonym 'Sllednats.'
    Dodd was a former Mouseketeer while Tamblyn is brother of actor Russ Tamblyn and uncle of Amber Tamblyn.
    'Dirty Water' was adopted as a victory anthem by the Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox.
    They reunited to perform 'Dirty Water' at game two of the 2004 World Series.

Credit: C. Fishel

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