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Farinas

Created at Leicester Artwork University, Leicestershire, England, in 1962, the Farinas originally comprised Jim Ruler (b. 5 Might 1942, Kettering, Northamptonshire, Britain; saxophone), Harry Ovenall (drums), Charlie Whitney (b. Richard John Whitney, 24 June 1944, Skipton, Western Driving of Yorkshire, Britain; acoustic guitar/vocals), and Tim Kirchin (bass). Their main impact was the Chess Information catalogue from the 50s, and blues rock and roll ‘n’ rollers such as for example Chuck Berry specifically. The band documented its solitary solitary, ‘You’d Better Quit’ backed with a cover edition of Chris Kenner’s ‘I ENJOY IT Like That’, for Fontana Information in 1964. A 12 months later on Ric Grech (b. Richard Roman Grech, 1 November 1946, Bordeaux, France, d. 17 March 1990, Leicester, Britain) changed Kirchin, while Roger Chapman (b. 8 Apr 1942, Leicester, Britain) came directly into dominate lead vocals in 1966. Soon thereafter they forgotten the name Farinas and became 1st the Roaring Sixties after that Family in the recommendation of American maker Kim Fowley.

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