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The Syndicats

The Syndicats are mostly referred to as the very first group that guitarist Steve Howe recorded with, although their most well-known song, “Crawdaddy Simone,” may not feature him whatsoever. Among the untold amount of R&B-rock organizations sprouting up around London in 1963, and something of younger types, they were able …

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Cannonball Adderley

Among the great alto saxophonists, Cannonball Adderley had an exuberant and happy audio that communicated immediately to listeners. His smart display of his music (frequently detailing what he and his music artists were likely to play) helped make him perhaps one of the most well-known of most jazzmen. Adderley currently …

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Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra

The Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1963 by former students on the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest. Its repertoire runs from Monteverdi to music by modern composers. János Rolla, among Hungary’s leading violinists, continues to be concertmaster from the orchestra since its inception. The orchestra provides made …

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The Roulettes

An underrated Uk quartet comprised of John Rogan (bass), Russ Ballard (business lead electric guitar), Peter Thorpe (tempo electric guitar), and Bob Henrit (drums), the Roulettes featured upcoming Argent alumnus Russ Ballard on business lead guitar. These were originally produced as a support music group for vocalist Adam Beliefs, who …

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The Rocky Fellers

The Rocky Fellers were a quintet of four Filipino brothers and their dad, discovered by producer Stanley Kahn and signed to Scepter Information in early 1963. That they had one strike, “Killer Joe, ” compiled by Bert Berns (as Bert Russell), which surely got to No. 16 within the springtime …

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The Village Stompers

The Community Stompers tend to be misidentified like a folk group, due to the early-’60s era if they were at their peak, also to their name, along with the title of the only hit, “Washington Square,” which together evoke images of earnest young folksingers strumming acoustic guitars in New York’s …

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Mighty Dub Katz

After commercially successful stints within the Housemartins and Beats International, Norman Make shifted to a fresh moniker, Mighty Dub Katz. The founder and only producer of the project, Make debuted the solitary “Magic Carpet Trip” in 1995. Following a EP Cangica in 1996, the Dub Katz discovered some commercial achievement …

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The Misunderstood

Of the a large number of U.S. garage area bands who battled within the ’60s without attaining international achievement, the Misunderstood weren’t only among the most effective, but among the few to advance beyond basic garage area noises to music that is (belatedly) named nearly as completed and innovative as …

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Abe Schwartz

Abe Schwartz was among the heroes of early 20th hundred years klezmer. His compositions consist of such classics as “Tants, Tants Yiddlekh,” “Di Bobe Ligt In Kempet (Grandma’s With Kid),” and “Dos Zekele Mit Koyln (THE TINY Handbag of Coals),” which he documented in 1919 with an orchestra and Yiddish …

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Nando Reis

Bassist, composer, and vocalist of Titãs, Nando Reis was among the founders of the group in 1982. One of the band’s strikes compiled by him are “Bichos Escrotos” (with Arnaldo Antunes/Sérgio Britto), “Operating-system Cegos perform Castelo,” “Pra Dizer Adeus” (with Tony Belloto), among others. He also experienced songs documented by …

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