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Tag Archives: 1960s – 1970s

John Alldis Choir

The John Alldis Choir was a durable Uk choral ensemble especially notable because of its performances of modern music. John Alldis was a music college student at Cambridge who earned a scholarship like a choral scholar to King’s University, Cambridge, where his chorus expert was Boris Ord. Choral scholars are …

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Jade

The Uk folk-rock trio Jade made one obscure album in 1970, Fly on Strangewings, that may have sounded nearer to 1968-1969-era Fairport Convention than every other record not by Fairport themselves. Jade’s business lead vocalist, Marian Segal (who also performed classical guitar), acquired a very very similar voice and design …

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The Sunlovers

An obscure Los Angeles-based group that recorded five singles about three labels. The users had been Huey Bell Jr., Louise Bell, John Gibson, and Lawrence Ivey. Among the users is usually deceased, but all I could tell you is usually that it’s not really Huey. He’s alive, apparently well, but …

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Carmen Barbosa

Interpreter from the strikes “Palmeira Triste” (Herivelto Martins) and “Zero Picadeiro da Vida” (Herivelto Martins/Benedito Lacerda), Carmen Barbosa started like a chorist in saving studios. After a difficult fight to become heard, she experienced a opportunity in 1934 when Madelou Assis skipped a scheduled appointment and was substituted by her, …

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John Braheny

Vocalist/songwriter John Braheny’s most well-known track is “Dec Desire,” recorded by Linda Ronstadt & the Rock Poneys for his or her second recording. An unreleased edition was also carried out by Fred Neil in the past due ’60s, and was released about 30 years down the road the compilation THE …

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B.B. Blunder

B.B. Blunder’s tale is definitely a most complicated one for such a short-lived and little-known music group. The group was essentially an offshoot from the Blossom Toes, one of the better underground British rock and roll acts from the ’60s, mentioned for both their droll psychedelic pop and a heavier, …

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Willie & the Walkers

Vocalist/keyboardist Willie MacCalder formed the Walkers in 1963 with guitarists Expenses Hardie and Dennis Petruk, and drummer Roland Hardie. The group authorized with Capitol four years later on and released two singles, “Gemstones and Yellow metal” and “Only in My Space.” The Walkers disbanded in the first ’70s (MacCalder started …

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Doug Hastings

Guitarist Doug Hastings passed through several groupings in the mid- to past due ’60s, and is most beneficial known for his short stint being a guitarist in Buffalo Springfield, completing for Neil Little using one of the days in which Little still left the group for some time. Before his …

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Scott Fagan

Best known seeing that the maestro at the rear of the obscure 1967 psych-folk LP South Atlantic Blues as well as the 1971 Broadway rock and roll musical Soon, vocalist/songwriter Scott Fagan can be the daddy of Magnetic Areas mastermind Stephin Merritt. Given birth to in NY in 1945 to …

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Original Caste

The North Nation Singers became First Caste in 1966 when Graham Bruce, Joseph Cavender and Bliss Mackie recruited Dixie Lee Innis. The group documented their first one in 1968, but 1969’s “One Tin Soldier” became popular in their indigenous Canada and America. An record from the same name made an …

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