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John McDuffy

John McDuffy spent the mid-1960’s taking part in in a fresh York blues-rock music group called the Kingbees (whose line-up also included long term Wayne Taylor and Carole Ruler guitarist Danny Kortchmar) without attracting an excessive amount of see, when he was suddenly plucked from obscurity and offered the opportunity to sign up for the Blues Task. He joined simply with time to take part in the Monterey International Pop Celebration — and, alas, to start to see the music group partly proven up musically by the person whose place he stuffed, Al Kooper, on the celebration. The music group do perform McDuffy’s “Shed In The Shuffle”, which also resulted in on their following one, but their times were obviously numbered, and by 1968 he previously disappeared through the world of documented music.

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