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Salloom-Sinclair were the male-female duo of singer-songwriter Roger Salloom and vocalist Robin Sinclair. In 1968, they fronted Salloom, Sinclair & the Mom Bear, who acquired a Marshall Chess-produced past due-’60s psychedelic record on Cadet Concept. Salloom-Sinclair’s lone LP (also on Cadet Concept), 1969’s Salloom-Sinclair, was documented in Nashville and made by esteemed program guy Charlie McCoy. Unsurprisingly, the record was country-rock in taste, unremarkably typical save for Sinclair’s Janis Joplin-like vocals over the even more gospelish and bluesy quantities, as well as the devious blues-rock-psychedelia from the record’s most powerful cut, “Pet.”

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