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Tag Archives: 1960s – 1970s

John Carter

Within a songwriting group with Ken Lewis, John Carter wrote many pop and rock hits in the 1960s, including Herman’s Hermits’ “Can’t You Heart My Heartbeat,” Brenda Lee’s “COULD IT BE Accurate?,” the Music Explosion’s “TINY BIT o’ Spirit,” and Peter & Gordon’s “Weekend for Tea.” The duo also produced …

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Rusty Day

Most widely known for his tenure while an associate of Ted Nugent’s Amboy Dukes, Rusty Day time and backing music group the Midnighters enjoyed great achievement on the neighborhood club circuit through the mid-’60s, issuing the solitary “We Gotta Move #1” in 1966. 3 years later on Day became a …

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David Hemmings

David Hemmings is mainly referred to as a display screen actor, his most well-known function in his youngsters being the photographer in Michaelangelo Antonioni’s traditional 1966 Swinging London-set INFLATE, though he ongoing to surface in films for many years, landing jobs in Last Purchases and Gangs of NY shortly before …

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Village

Shaped in August 1968, Town was led by organist/vocalist Pete Bardens (b. Peter Bardens, 19 June 1945, Westminster, London, Britain, d. 22 January 2002, Malibu, California, USA), previously of Them as well as the Shotgun Express. Bruce Thomas (b. 14 August 1948, Middlesbrough, Cleveland, Britain; bass) and Expenses Porter (drums) …

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Lou Courtney

b. 1944, Buffalo, NY, USA. Courtney experienced a minor effect on the spirit music scene within the 60s with some dance hits that may be regarded as a proto-funk design. He produced his 1st record for Imperial Information in 1962, but a lot of his function over the following couple …

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Joey Pastrana

A fierce timbales participant who recorded many LPs for Cotique through the later ’60s, Joey Pastrana was fluent within the then-current fads of Latin spirit and boogaloo but additionally ended up using some amazingly jazzy Latin music during his profession. Of his work with Cotique, Joey en Carnavale as well …

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Tyrannosaurus Rex

Before T. Rex assaulted the planet making use of their glam rock and roll party in the first ’70s, there is the folk duo Tyrannosaurus Rex. Although both rings had been fronted by flamboyant vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Marc Bolan, the sooner clothing was the polar opposing from the design of music that …

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Dr. Strangely Strange

An experimental Irish folk group closely associated with the Incredible String Music group, Dr. Strangely Unusual was created in Dublin in 1967 by vocalist/guitarist Tim Booth and bassist/keyboardist Ivan Pawle (vocals/bass/keyboards). Quickly they teamed with multi-instrumentalist Tim Goulding, an aspiring painter, and started living and rehearsing in a residence possessed …

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Charles Kynard

Organ, electric powered bass. Charles Kynard can be an organist whose jazz-funk leanings rival his predecessors and peers, though not really eclipsing them. Solid, though by no means flashy. He also takes on electrical bass. Kynard’s recording Reelin’ Using the Feelin’ continues to be sampled and shows up on several …

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Vic Dana

Primarily known for his skills like a tap dancer, Buffalo native Vic Dana relocated to LA in the urging of Sammy Davis, Jr., where he quickly began going after a singing profession. For a while in the first ’60s, he became the touring business lead vocalist of pop group the …

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