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Argosy

Argosy did only one in 1969, “Mr. Boyd”/”Visualize,” which includes attracted some interest from collectors even more by virtue from the music artists involved compared to the quality from the music. Both music were compiled by the group’s Roger Hodgson, who continued to Supertramp. The associated music artists had been …

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Lindsay Planer

Given birth to, bred, and buttered in the Tar High heel Condition, Lindsay Planer provides devoted his lifestyle — so far — to the intake of music. Planer originates from a musical history and at age five started a lifelong obsession with participating in live concerts, the to begin that …

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De De Lind

Point out De De Lind to many aficionados of Italian progressive rock and roll and, it?s likely that, they’ll come back in you using the band’s most widely known state to popularity — among the longest LP game titles ever accepted by a significant label (Mercury) — Io Non Thus …

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The Informers

The Informers were among the many decent however, not outstanding Philadelphia soul groups that were able to cut an individual or two in the 1960s that could have fit right in production-wise with a lot of that which was on soul radio, even if indeed they didn’t get a lot …

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Teardrops

Cincinnati young lady group the Teardrops was formed in 1961 by 14-year-olds Dorothy “Sunni” Dyer and Linda Schroeder; by adding fellow Hughes SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL pupil Pat “Punkin” Strunk, the trio started regularly executing at local teenager clubs, with time coming to the interest of region musician and arranger Bud …

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Stan Fritts

If Stan Fritts looked similar to a Nebraska barber when compared to a musician, that could be because he was one. Unsure about the financial stability from the musical trade in the ’30s and ’40s, he went to university for barbers and proved helpful in the trade whenever gigs dry …

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Tarantula

Tarantula was a California-based quintet with a solid psychedelic bent, co-founded by bassist/vocalist Oz Bach of Spanky & Our Gang with Thad Maxwell (business lead electric guitar, vocals), Tom Grasso (keyboards, vocals), Mike Edelman (electric powered flute, sax, vocals), and Steve Swirn (drums). These were intensely influenced by the first …

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Smile

Five years prior to the 1st Queen album premiered, half of this long term supergroup worked together in Smile, a difficult rock outfit that played out in the London and Cornwall area in the past due ’60s. Even though music group never could commercially release some of their function throughout …

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The Lavender Hill Express

Austin, TX, psych clothing the Lavender Hill Express formed in 1966 — something of an area supergroup, the founding lineup teamed ex – Baby Cakes guitarists Layton DePenning and Leonard Arnold with erstwhile Hairpiece bassist Jess Yaryan and drummer Rusty Wier, along with keyboardist John Schwertner, formerly of why. Roughly …

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Ertlif

In the planting season of 1969, two ex-members of Swiss band Egg & Bacon, lead guitarist Danny Andrey and bassist Teddy Riedo, formed a fresh band, Ertlif. The name derives from a mystical magician and alchemist rumored to have already been almost effective in turning regular stones into precious metal; …

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