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Three Man Army

Three Man Military was a forgettable Uk hard rock-band of the first ’70s, playing period guitar-slanted music that sounded like warm-up fodder for bigger stadium acts. The constants in the lineup had been Adrian Gurvitz and Paul Gurvitz, both of whom have been in Weapon. After Weapon expired, Adrian visited …

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The Undisputed Truth

It isn’t exactly good to peg the Undisputed Truth being a one-hit question, because they did possess several hits for Motown in the first fifty percent from the 1970s (albeit only 1 big one), aswell as made six albums for the label. Still, it isn’t that not very true. Nothing …

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The Uniques

Years before Joe Stampley began his ascent to nation stardom, he fronted a Louisiana rock-band, the Uniques, who have been very popular in the South, although country wide interest eluded them. The group had been ironically called in light of their failing to establish a distinctive style. These were adept …

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49th Parallel

49th Parallel was among an unusual variety of garage area punk rings to emerge from Canada in the middle-’60s. Originally referred to as the Tones of Blond if they had been shaped in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the music group highlighted Dennis Abbott on vocals, Dan Lowe and Bob Carlson on …

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The Peppermint Rainbow

Baltimore’s Peppermint Rainbow had a high 40 hit in 1969 using their harmony-laden soft rocker “ARE YOU CONSIDERING Staying After Weekend” — a nod (both thematically and musically) towards the Spanky & Our Gang strikes “Sunday Morning hours” and “Weekend Will Never End up being the Equal.” Like Spanky & …

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Maurício Manieri

Intimate soul singer awarded as the Revelation of the entire year in 2000 on the seventh Multishow Music Awards, Maurício Manieri worked in the first ’90s using the duo of DJs Thaíde e DJ Hum and with the road dance group Unidade Móvel. Being a keyboardist, he caused Alexia, Increase …

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Rich McCready

High McCready works in influences from Eric Clapton to Keith Whitley (he covers both), but sticks mainly to country and swing styles. Authorized to Magnatone in 1995, his self-titled 1st album, released the next February, obtained him a moderate strike with “Hangin’ On.” His second recording for the label made …

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Mark-Almond

United kingdom session musicians Jon Tag (vocals, guitar, drums) and John Almond (vocals, woodwinds, vibes, percussion) met while playing together in John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and remaining in 1970 to create Mark-Almond, sometimes known as the Mark-Almond Band. Ahead of his profession with Mayall, Tag and Mick Jagger co-produced Marianne Faithfull’s …

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Rock City

A significant but little-heard branch from the Big Star family members tree, Rock Town was a short-lived pop/rock and roll music group from Memphis, TN, that featured Chris Bell and Jody Stephens shortly before they teamed up with Alex Chilton. Mainly a studio task, Rock Town was the brainchild of …

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We the People

One of the most versatile mid-’60s garage area groupings — indeed, these were generally too accomplished and pop-savvy to seriously merit the garage area band label — We individuals had some big strikes in Florida, but never broke out nationally, in spite of releases over the huge RCA and Problem …

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