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Octavian

The seven members of Octavian formed the group in 1969 while these were in senior high school. MCA finally authorized these to a agreement six years later on and released Basic Kinda People. Many singles appeared through the past due ’70s, however the band split up in 1979. Without lineup …

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Cannabis

It really is surprising that there weren’t more rings named following the medication that was such a ubiquitous existence in the music culture from the later 1960s. If nothing at all else, you’ll think it could offer a music group instant promotion. Such had not been the situation for Rhode …

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Gail Dahms

A encouraging actress from Ontario, Canda, Gail Dahms signed with Axe Information while still in senior high school. Her just singles going to the Canadian graphs had been “Can’t We In some way” and “Save Me,” both in 1976.

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Les Bel Air

This quartet from Quebec had a favorite single in 1970 (“Caroline”). Later on that year nevertheless, Benoit Guimonds, Andre Roy, Andre Theaume and Bernard Vallee transformed their group’s name to Canadian Pea Soup.

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Alabama State Troupers

The Alabama Condition Troupers was a big-band soul outfit formed by ex-Markey member Don Nix in 1971. Nix slice a solo recording, entitled Living by the times, for Elektra Information in 1971, and come up with a touring group comprising Lonnie Mack — changed by Furry Lewis — Jeannie Greene, …

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Diez & Bischof

Former associates of early-’70s German progressive rock-band Emergency, guitarist Franc Diez and vocalist Peter Bischof continued to briefly collaborate as Diez & Bischof following group’s divided in 1975. Although their initial record, Daybreak, was solidly occur the jazz-influenced rock and roll custom of its forerunner, the album didn’t generate much …

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Marbles

NEW YORK power pop quartet the Marbles formed in 1974. Vocalist/guitarist Howard Bowler co-founded the group along with his sibling, drummer David Bowler, as well as the David’s previous Columbia College or university classmate Jim Clifford on bass. Keyboardist Eric Li finished the lineup. By 1975, the Marbles had been …

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Suzanne Stevens

A Montreal receptionist who earned a saving agreement when she won a skill display, Suzanne Stevens recorded singles both in People from france and English through the entire ’70s. Her albums consist of ON THE WAY (1974), Moi de la Tete Aux Pieds (1974) and Love’s the Just Game around …

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Clem Alford

As an associate of Magic Carpeting and Magic Carpeting II, and on his single recordings, Uk sitarist Alford has explored the fusion of Indian music with folk, jazz, and rock and roll. Although he primarily researched bagpipes, Alford started playing the sitar in the middle-’60s, influenced by Ali Akbar Khan …

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Hodges, James & Smith

Hodges, Wayne & Smith (HJS) was the brainstorm of maker/article writer William “Mickey” Stevenson, Motown’s A&R Movie director throughout their glory years. All Detroit natives, Pat Hodges, Denita Wayne, and Jessica Smith had been handpicked by Stevenson, though both required different routes to make it happen. Hodges performed the clarinet …

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