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The Springers

The Springers from Cleveland, OH (there is a Philadelphia group using the same name) started recording in the mid-sixties but had a dated sound. Their initial (@Method Out Information) one “I UNDERSTAND Why,” was a R&B strike in 1964; the decrease, dripping doo- wop was the brands’ biggest record and …

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Paper Garden

This NY group recorded an accomplished album of psychedelic play 1968, drawing liberally in the Lovin’ Spoonful and Magical Mystery Tour-era Beatles, aswell as the block harmonies from the 1967-era Zombies. Bassist, 12-string guitarist, and vocalist Joe Arduino; tempo guitarist, keyboard participant, and vocalist Sandy Napoli (who also performed sitar); …

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David Allen

This vocalist began his career as David Allen, then became David Allyn — so at least the vowel swapping was done within an alphabetical progression. If the move was crafted from frustration with the amount of experts called David Allen, including several rock and roll drummers, record makers, jazz horn …

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Richie Knight

Richie Knight (aka Richie Hubbard) released 1 successful solitary, “Charlena,” in 1963 along with his music group the Mid-Knights. He also got a brief single profession in the middle-’60s.

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Index

Formed in the College or university of Detroit in 1967, Index cut probably one of the most excruciatingly rare psychedelic albums ever, pressed within an edition of only 100 copies. No, it isn’t well worth the $3,000 it lists for in Goldmine’s cost guidebook, but it’s certainly a nifty, actually …

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Charles Clark

An excellent bassist whose budding profession was cut short by his premature death at 24, Curtis Clark studied bass with Wilbur Ware and turned professional in 1963. He became a member of Muhal Richard Abrams’ Experimental Music group and was a founding person in the Association for the Advancement of …

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Red Florey

Tenor sax, bandleader, arrager. Dedicated archivist and follower of Charlie Parker, Crimson Flory’s most widely known in the music community for his use Supersax, the Parker repertory organization. He’s also an achieved actor and display writer who’s made an appearance in a large number of television shows and many films. …

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The District Six

Almost nothing is well known from the Area Six, except that they cut 12 songs in 1966 and 1967 that could have constituted a killer album. The materials is all addresses, but it’s a unique mix, finished with design and enjoyment, of songs from the Association, Like, the Music Machine, …

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Doug Sheldon

Doug Sheldon was among the final successful members from the era of teenager pop crooners — including Adam Trust, John Leyton, and Craig Douglas — to arrive in the early-’60s Britain, immediately before the arrival of the Merseybeat growth. An acting professional by teaching, his singing profession happened nearly by …

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Stack

Stack was formed in LA in 1967 by several high school close friends, two of whom were guitarists Rick Gould and Kurt Feierabend. They performed the most common teenage gigs through the entire year before merging with another regional music group, Wabash Spencer. The ultimate lineup included Gould and Feierabend, …

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