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Ice

Glaciers is the primary name from the saving and executing moniker from the legendary — and frequently sampled — funk clothing, the Lafayette Afro ROCK-BAND. The group was shaped on Long Isle, NY as the Bobby Boyd Congress. Determining America had been overloaded with funk works, they relocated to France …

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Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders

For five years in the first ’70s, Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders headed up a loose-knit club band in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA area (the group never really had the official name). They specific in a elegant mixture of jazz, R&B, blues, gospel, and light funk with suggestions of …

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Sunburst

Sunburst were a short-lived but admired Afro-rock music group who formed in Dar Sera Salaam, Tanzania in 1970. The group’s users were all created in various countries, and their music combined many African musical customs with Traditional western funk and rock and roll affects. Their positive, empowering lyrics urged fighting …

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Bunny Lion

A mythical shape with only 1 album released less than his name, Bunny Lion was very long regarded as Linval Thompson less than an assumed name, however in the 2010s, it had been revealed that the person was in fact Killamanjaro AUDIO SYSTEM vocalist Puddy Origins (aka Puddy Lion). Created …

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Jeff Cowell

A hard-living country-folk troubadour from Michigan’s Top Peninsula, Jeff Cowell spent his music youth (the 1970s and early ’80s) in the pubs, barns, and concert halls of Michigan and Northeastern Wisconsin, supplying up a distinctly North rendering from the outlaw nation sound, invoking brands like Townes Truck Zandt, Gram Parsons, …

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Howard Eynon

Australian actor-turned-musician Howard Eynon spent the majority of his childhood on the farm in rural Tasmania before leaving for Melbourne at age 17 to try his hand at theater. Through the entire ’70s and early ’80s Eynon worked well in little productions around Melbourne, going after music mainly as a …

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Muyei Power

Orchestre Muyei, aka Muyei Power, were probably one of the most successful rings in Sierre Leone in the 1970s. Having a audio rooted in traditional Western African music, Muyei Power also integrated such varied designs as rock and roll, pop, and funk to their have compositions. Muyei Power split up …

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Toomorrow

Songwriter, publisher, and music mogul Don Kirshner strike the jackpot twice with invented rock and roll bands tied directly into hit tv shows, the Monkees as well as the Archies, however when he tried to accomplish the same around the silver screen, he reached too much, as well as the …

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Aquariana

Affiliated with Dad Yod’s mid-’70s cult/commune of health food pioneers and psychedelic improvisers, Aquariana joined up with the family as an adolescent. She proved helpful at Yod’s cafe THE FOUNDATION, became one of is own 13 “wives,” and added backup vocals to shows and recordings from Ya Ho Wa 13 …

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Ghetto Brothers

While a lot of hip-hop and rock and roll performers have used the lore of contemporary gang culture within their music, the Bronx-based rock-band the Ghetto Brothers were an offshoot of a genuine NEW YORK road gang, though instead of glorifying the lives of gangbangers within their music, they sang …

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