Johnny McGhee

Because the early ’70s, this talented guitarist and arranger is a subtle existence in a number of funk-related music. The design and demonstration of grasp Les McCann, for whom Johnny McGhee helped create the 1979 High, Dark and Good looking album, appears to have been a solid influence, as the …

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La Clave

La Clave was a ’70s Latin funk ensemble led by percussionist Benny Velarde. Located in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA, the music group released only 1 recording on Verve in 1973.

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Codec & Flexor

Ten years prior to the neo-industrial duo Codec & Flexor released their initial record, the pair founded the German indie rock-band Atomic Comic. Following a few concert events, Christian Morgenstern (Codec) became entranced with the burgeoning techno picture and soon still left; Flexor remained on for some time, but afterwards …

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Kinobe

This UK-based duo comprises childhood friends Tag Blackburn and Julius Walters, whose quirky sound could possibly be loosely referred to as mid-tempo dance music, featuring live instrumentation, occasional vocals alongside electronics and samples. Blackburn can be a visual musician, working within design group, the Light Doctors. The duo conceived Kinobe …

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King Pins

An R&B vocal group from Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA, the Ruler Pins were essentially a secularized gospel group, and therefore their early 60s information display a number of the incipient noises of the spirit revolution. Members had been three Kelly brothers – Robert, Andrew and Curtis – Charles Lee and Offee …

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Cordelia’s Dad

Although Cordelia’s Father started as a typical punk-influenced guitar-bass-drums rock-band, their repertoire right from the start has consisted entirely of traditional American folk tunes. Even though electric powered instrumentation became much less pronounced within their music after their initial few albums, Cordelia’s Father have continued to be known for both …

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The International Submarine Band

The International Submarine Music group is most beneficial remembered as country-rock pioneer Gram Parsons’ first music group, which isn’t astonishing because the group received minimal publicity if they were mixed up in late ’60s. Although band hardly ever quite understood their potential, their lone record, 1968’s Safe in the home, …

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Boys Brigade

Guys Brigade was a solid pop/rock and roll group that laid straight down root base in Toronto, Canada, in 1981. The band’s music is certainly somewhat much like that of Wishbone Ash, Hurry, or Small Steven. The entire roster for Guys Brigade included lead vocalist and keyboardist Malcolm Burn off, …

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From a Second Story Window

Within the self-penned biography on the website, From another Story Window describe their function by stating, “To put it simply, we have been trying to generate music for attention-deficit people,” as well as the group’s tight, furious mixture of math rock and roll, hardcore, and death steel, dominated by precise, …

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Black Swan Network

A little note within the booklet from the Olivia Tremor Control’s Dusk at Cubist Castle invited listeners to send tape recordings of themselves explaining their dreams, genuine or imaginary, towards the band’s postoffice box in Athens, GA. Many do, and the ones tapes will be the basis of the Dark …

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