One in a Million (band)
|One in a Million|
|Associated acts||Andromeda, Thunderclap Newman, Wings, The Dukes|
|Past members||Alan Young
One in a Million were a 1960s psychedelic rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, that included Jimmy McCulloch, later a member of Paul McCartney's Wings, as their lead guitarist. They released two singles, "Use Your Imagination" / "Hold On" for CBS, and "Double Sight" / "Fredereek Hernando" for MGM. This has become one of the most collectable psychedelic singles, and was included in David Wells' Top 100 Psychedelic Records by Record Collector magazine. A compilation album was released in 2008, which included both their singles and previously unreleased acetate tracks. Their song "No Smokes" was used in an episode of the TV series Clangers.
- "Use Your Imagination" / "Hold On" (CBS 202513) 1967
- "Fredereek Hernando" / "Double Sight" (MGM 1370) 1967
- Double Sight (Wooden Hill WHCD018) 2008
- "One in a Million". Discogs. Retrieved 2010-08-04.
- "One in a Million - Discography". 45cat. Retrieved 2010-08-02.
- "100 Greatest Psychedelic Records (Record Collector Book – 2005)". Rocklist.net. Retrieved 2010-07-30.
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