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Hearts and Flowers

Hearts and Plants were probably one of the most eclectic organizations within the Southern California folk-rock picture in the ’60s, skewing more towards the folk part of the formula and frequently adding flourishes of psychedelia and, most of all, bluegrass and nation music. The group was founded by guitarist Larry …

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The Lemmings

This short-lived British beat band was a primary offshoot from the Honeycombs, organized across the latter group’s founder, Martin Murray, after he quit them in November of 1964. They released a unitary, “You Can’t Blame Me for Attempting” b/w “Bring Your Center with You,” for the Pye Information label. It …

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Warlocks

House music group for Ken Kesey’s acidity celebrations, the Warlocks were the larval stage from the butterfly which became the Grateful Deceased. Jerry Garcia acquired already undergone many profession metamorphoses-as a folk/bluegrass enthusiast he’d performed stints using the Sleepy Hollow Hog Stompers, Hart Valley Drifters, Wildwood Children and Black Hill …

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Perrey-Kingsley

In the mid-’60s, Frenchman Jean-Jacques Perrey — an electric musician who had helped popularize the Ondioline, a keyboard which created sounds like the violin as well as the flute — teamed up with American composer and arranger Gershon Kingsley to get a couple albums of then-futuristic electronic pop. Using tape …

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The Outlaws

The Outlaws — never to be confused using the American country act from the same name — were among a wave of instrumental groups that arrived in Uk pop/rock music through the later 1950’s and early 1960’s. At that time, Cliff Richard’s support music group the Shadows, had been selling …

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The Commandos

Studio room group assembled by Juggy Murray, featuring Ruler Curtis (tenor sax), Herman Foster (piano), Al Casey (electric guitar), Jimmy Lewis (piano), and Belton Evans (drums). Curtis was putting your signature on with Atlantic therefore couldn’t be acknowledged (in addition to the writing) over the group’s two singles over the …

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Sonali

This Indian classical vocalist continues to be studying and performing since she was a decade old, beginning beneath the tutelage of Shri Hridaynath Mangeshkar and continuing beneath the auspices from the brothers Ustad Fayyaz Ahmed and Ustad Niyaz Ahmed Khan. Her mom was the Indian dancer Leena Sheth and Sonali …

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The Silence

A music group with such an elaborate background, and such a meager recorded legacy, that just Mott the Hoople obsessives would want to understand their whole tale, which would tell you several pages worthy of of fanzine records to fully describe. Suffice it to describe that potential Mott the Hoople …

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Mal & the Spirits

Mal & the Spirits were a footnote in the convoluted tale from the Primitives, the obscure Uk R&B-mod-rock music group that are fairly good remembered by intense Uk Invasion collectors because of the top quality of a few of their produces. Mal & the Spirits’ business lead vocalist was Mal …

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The Montclairs

The Montclairs (aka Don Gregory & the Montclairs) released two singles in 1965 on Cleveland, OH’s Sunburst Information, that was operated by Jules and Mike Belkin and Carl Maduri. Gregory (created Don Gregory Jones) fronted a skimpy but enthusiastic group comprising Richard Jordan (sax), an unfamiliar musician called Sam (acoustic …

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