Love City Groove

The UK’s entrants in the 1995 Eurovision Track Competition, dance/rap collective Like Town Groove originally entered your competition ‘for a tiny giggle’. Certainly their stylised but effusive distillation from the Stereo system MC’s formula demonstrated an unexpected strike in the qualifying phases. Led by Beanz (b. Stephen Rudden), with fellow …

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Loudbomb

In the grand tradition of hard to anticipate rock ‘n’ move chameleons such as for example Neil Young and David Bowie, ex-Hüsker Dü / Sugar main guy Bob Mould has taken a sharp music detour along with his side task of the first twenty-first century, Loudbomb. While Mould is well …

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Eboa Lottin

b. Emanuel Eboa Lotti, 1942, Douala, Cameroon. A gifted guitarist, bass participant, keyboard participant and harmonica participant, Lottin was a favorite, albeit second department, makossa band innovator from the 70s and early 80s. He was created into a famous family members – his dad was a Cameroonian nationwide hero and …

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Lillian Lorraine

b. 1 January 1892, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA, d. 17 Apr 1955, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Lorraine produced her 1st Broadway appearance in Miss Innocence (1908). Getting the eye, actually and figuratively, of Florenz Ziegfeld, she was in a number of editions from the Ziegfeld Follies, included in …

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Lore and The Legends

Lore Cayote Orion (b. Ramona, California, USA) created an esoteric type of nation music by merging Spanish influences along with his like of rock and roll music. He published ‘That’s What Produced Me Like You’, a US nation hit for Expenses Anderson and Mary Lou Turner. He worked well within …

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Loose Gravel

Loose Gravel was shaped in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA, in the early-70s by Mike Wilhelm (guitar/vocals; ex-Charlatans), Kenny Sreight (bass) and Gene Rymer (drums). The line-up also occasionally presented Chris Wilson, afterwards from the Flamin’ Groovies. Many tracks they documented between 1971 and 1972 had been afterwards released …

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Longdancer

A short-lived British folk rock-band, Longdancer were finest remembered as the first professional music group to feature David A. Stewart (b. 9 Sept 1952, Sunderland, Tyne & Put on, Britain). The group grew out of the folk duo composed of Stewart and Brian Harrison, previously using the London-based music group …

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George Long

b. 8 Might 1921, Kansas Town, Kansas, USA. Long discovered guitar and started his musical profession at age 10. In his early teenagers, along with his brothers Harry and Jimmy, he toured playing rodeos and fairs with Roy Knapp’s Tough Riders. He obtained radio just work at KITE Kansas Town, …

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Long and The Short

The Long AS WELL AS THE Short enjoyed a short spell in the united kingdom pop spotlight when ‘The Notice’ reached number 30 in Sept 1964. The tune was originally documented by R&B work Don And Dewey, but was revived by its composer, Sonny Bono, as the debut discharge by …

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London SS

Historically, London SS had been perhaps one of the most essential UK bands from the punk era, despite hardly ever playing before a paying audience, nor releasing any kind of recordings. Musically these were either ‘fresh rock ‘n’ move’ or ‘quite crap’ based on which of their many associates you …

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