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Tag Archives: 1960s – 1970s

Arthur

Inside a move guaranteed to trigger perpetual confusion among discographers and ’60s collectors, singer/songwriter Arthur Lee Harper billed himself simply as Arthur (simply no last name) on his 1st album, 1968’s Dreams and Pictures, and as Arthur Lee Harper on his second and last, 1969’s Like May be the Revolution. …

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Bulbous Creation

A Kansas-based rock-band whose music was a downbeat combination of psychedelia and hard rock and roll, Bulbous Creation would need to wait until a long time after they split up to get any acknowledgement outside their house city. Bulbous Creation had been shaped by bassist Jim “Pests” Wines and guitarist, …

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The Delta Nudes

Every great music group has to begin somewhere, as well as for the legendary and long-running experimental group the Citizens, the Delta Nudes represent their earliest incarnation. The Delta Nudes may be the moniker that is used to recognize the initial known works in the artists who become referred to …

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Bill Yates

Expenses Yates belonged to the ultimate wave of Sunlight recording performers, the works that comprised the last singles released by Sam Phillips’ legendary label in the first ’60s. Memphis-based Yates was a piano participant and a soulful vocalist, so it’s unsurprising that his closest antecedent was Charlie Affluent, who left …

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Heatwave

Heatwave were a Uk rock and roll and pop group formed in London in 1969. In the beginning formed like a quartet by John Fellows (bass/vocals), Terry Shea (tempo acoustic guitar/vocals), Richard Steen (business lead acoustic guitar/vocals), and Martin Samuel (drums/pyrotechnics), the music group put an focus on pop harmonies …

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White Eyes

They didn’t make a huge splash nationwide, but White Eyes were favorites in the rock ballroom and homegrown festival circuit in the Midwest throughout their heyday from the late ’60s and early ’70s, playing psychedelic rock with strong guitar work, impressive harmonies, and melodies which were catchy and clever without …

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Amha Eshete

Despite a 1948 Imperial edict banning the distribution of Ethiopian pop music, Amha Eshete launched an archive label, Amha Documents, and released 103 singles and twelve albums by Ethiopian artists between 1969 and 1975. Furthermore to producing Ethiopian music known across the world, Eshete helped to spark today’s period of …

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Willie Wright

An enigmatic number within the 1970s spirit picture, Willie Wright was a singer and songwriter who spent his profession laboring in obscurity but has since earned a potent reputation among enthusiasts for his uncommon, self-released recordings. Wright started making music appropriately in NEW YORK where he sang with doo wop …

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Dionysos

This Montreal quintet was formed in the late ’60s by Phil Bech, Eric Clement, Fern Durand, Bob Lepage and Paul-Andre Thibert. Their initial record, Le Grand Jeu, made an appearance in 1969 for Jupiter Information. Le Prince Croule (1971) and a 1976 self-titled record followed.

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James King

With a big, bronzed voice and unusual facility in the very best register, James King proved a significant artist in the Strauss and lighter Wagner heroic tenor categories. Furthermore, he was a trusted and musically audio, if often in short supply of electrifying, vocalist of Italian and French functions, such …

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