The In Crowd

The In Crowd (Tomorrow)

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An original 1965 concert programme page, clearly signed in ink by all five In Crowd group members ; Keith West (vocals) / Steve Howe (guitar) (best wishes) / John Wood (guitar) / Simon "Boots" Alcot (bass) (To Chippy always) and Ken Lawrence (drums) (love from).

We have included an original 1965 autograph book page of John "twink" Alder to also create a full set of the later group "Tomorrow" autographs.

An extremely rare set of autographs for an early English psychedelia music collector.



The Twink Page has collectors notation for Denmark Street April 21st 1965. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.


23x19cm Sized Programme Page

13x10cm Sized Autograph Book Page.


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About The In Crowd

The In Crowd

THE IN CROWD. English R&B band whose debut single (a cover of Otis Reddings "That's How Strong My Love Is") reached the UK Top 50 in 1965. Shortly afterwards they evolved into the critically acclaimed psychedelic rock and freatbeak band Tomorrow. Tomorrow along with Pink Floyd and Soft Machine were amongst the first of the British psychedelic bands and were championed by DJ John Peel who featured them on his "Perfumed Garden" radio show. They also recorded the first John Peel Radio One Show session on 21st September 1967. Tomorrow failed to be commercially successful and released just two singles including "My White Bicycle" later covered in the 1970s by Nazareth. Tomorrow singer Keith West is nowadays best known for his solo hit single "Excerpt from a Teenage Opera (Grocer Jack)". Guitarist Steve Howe later joined prog-rock band "Yes" whilst drummer John "Twink" Alder joined the Pretty Things before forming the Pink Fairies. 


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