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Gandalf the Grey

Vocalist/songwriter Chris Wilson was best amid the hippie influx that poured in to the Greenwich Community folk picture in the first and mid-’60s. Shortly after shifting to NEW YORK in 1966, the Glen Cove, Longer Island, indigenous was befriended by Columbia Information professional Bob Hughes, whose partner Nicholas DeMartino would …

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Shadowfax

One of modern electronic music’s earliest and best-known proponents, Shadowfax were formed in Chicago in 1972 by saxophonist Chuck Greenberg, guitarist G.E. Stinson, and bassist Phil Maggini. Originally a blues music group, the trio quickly began discovering chamber jazz and folk; actually medieval music started creeping in to the blend, …

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Cirith Ungol

Los Angeles-based metallic music group Cirith Ungol formed in 1981, taking their name from a tower which played an integral role in writer J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord from the Bands series. The lineup originally comprised vocalist Tim Baker, guitarist Jerry Fogle, bassist Michael Flint, and drummer Robert Garvin, and produced its …

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Barclay James Harvest

Barclay Wayne Harvest was, for quite some time, probably one of the most hard fortune clothes in progressive rock and roll. A quartet of solid rock and roll music artists — John Lees, acoustic guitar, vocals; Les Holroyd, bass, vocals; Stuart “Wooly” Wolstenholme, keyboards, vocals; and Mel Pritchard, drums — …

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The James Harman Band

b. 8 June 1946, Anniston, Alabama, USA. Among the leading white harmonica players on America’s western coast, Harman’s like of the device was instilled in him by his dad. As a young child in Alabama, Adam played with an area blues musician called Radio Johnson, and bought R&B information. By …

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Oonagh

The stage name of German actress and musician Senta-Sofia Delliponti, Oonagh (the name comes from a famous faerie queen of Celtic origins) specializes in evocative, modern, Celtic-infused, fantasy dance-pop. Delliponti, who sings in the fictitious, J.R.R. Tolkien-invented Elvish tongue, released her eponymous 1st full-length studio recording beneath the moniker through …

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Aldaaron

Hailing from your snowy People from france Alps, where they first created in 2004 beneath the short term name of Empires de Glace, Aldaaron certainly are a dark metal band influenced from the mysticism of character and the dream worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien — which they eloquently communicate in their …

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Dennis O’Dell

Denis O’Dell was associated with the Beatles’ profession as a co-employee producer of A DIFFICULT Day’s Night time, their first film, and exactly how We Won the Battle, where John Lennon had an performing part. He was maker from the 1967 Beatles film Magical Secret Tour as well as the …

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James Smith

British intensifying rocker James Smith, whose vocal stylings have already been in comparison to Dennis DeYoung of Styx, documented in the first ’70s as frontman in both Stonehouse and Asgard bands. Drummer Ian Snow was another hyperlink between your two rings, the latter which was among the 1st outfits created …

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Phreeworld

The roots of what became Phreeworld began coming together in 1976, although members didn’t officially turn into a band until 1990. Brian Phraner (vocals, bass, classical guitar, keyboards, drums) fulfilled and began playing music with drummer Donovan Michaels (previously Don Freeborn) around 1975, when Michaels visited play with Phraner and …

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