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Salloom, Sinclair and Mother Bear

Salloom, Sinclair and Mom Carry were a past due-’60s psychedelic music group with a lively but clumsy combination of blues-rock, Bob Dylan-ish folk-rock lyrics, plus some generic SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA psychedelic-style heavy rock and roll. Their vocals had been handled by primary vocalist/songwriter Roger Salloom as well as the even more distinctive, frequently keening high shades of Robin Sinclair, whose design was sometimes similar to Janis Joplin, though she occasionally proceeded to go into an astronomically high range. Their lone, self-titled record was made by Marshall Chess over the Chess subsidiary Cadet Concept. Just a little afterwards, Salloom and Sinclair, as the hyphenated duo Salloom-Sinclair, released an record on Cadet Concept in 1969 made by esteemed Nashville program guy Charlie McCoy.

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