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The Tams

A “seaside” music favourite, Atlanta’s Tams were one of the popular up-tempo spirit sets of the ’60s, although these were never in a position to break Motown’s pop stranglehold. Joseph Pope’s gravelly voiced prospects were their feature. He was became a member of by his sibling Charles, Robert Smith, Floyd …

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Muzsikás

This Hungarian group features Márta Sebestyén (vocals/recorder), Sándor Csoóri (bagpipes/hurdy-gurdy/viola/vocals), Mihaly Sipos (violin/zither/vocals), Péter Eri (bouzouki/turkish horn/cello/viola/vocals) and Dániel Hamar (bass/hurdy-gurdy/vocals). Muzsikás (pronounced ‘mu-zhi-kash’) focuses on traditional music in the Transylvania region of the country. Ahead of 1987 Sebestyén acquired performed in the united kingdom with a music group known …

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Muleskinner

Muleskinner was possibly the only bluegrass supergroup. Made up of David Grisman (mandolin, vocals), Clarence Light (electric guitar), Peter Rowan (electric guitar, vocals), Richard Greene (fiddle), and Costs Keith (banjo), the group produced as a opt to a California open public television station searching for you to definitely perform on …

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Agostinho Dos Santos

Agostinho dos Santos was a significant singer and composer, carefully associated with the display of bossa nova to some broader international market. He toured with the U.S., Italy, Germany, Portugal, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Venezuela, and Mexico, perfoming within the U.S. and in Brazil with Johnny Mathis, and, in Italy, with …

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Apollo 100

Apollo 100 was the short-lived 1970’s successor to such 1960’s instrumental organizations because the Tornados and Noises Incorporated. Tom Parker, an arranger from Newcastle, recruited the group, whose additional members had been ex-Tornados drummer Clem Cattini, guitarist Vic Flick (of “Wayne Bond Theme” popularity), guitarist Zed Jenkins, percussionist Jim Lawless, …

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The Morwells

Created in 1973, in Kingston, Jamaica, Western Indies, this group presented Maurice ‘Blacka’ Wellington (b. 19 August 1950, d. 12 Oct 2000; vocals, percussion) and Bingi Bunny (b. Eric Lamont, c.1956, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, d. January 1994; vocals, acoustic guitar). Ahead of developing the group (the group’s name is …

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Mason Proffit

Mason Proffit is widely considered by obscure rock and roll aficionados to become one of the better bands who all never managed to get to the big style. Although they’re mostly forgotten today, combined with the Byrds, Michael Nesmith, among others, they helped to invent country-rock. The music group was …

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I Califfi

The initial I Califfi formed in Florence, Italy, in 1966, a pounding defeat music group whose membership included future Area guitarist Paolo Tofani and drummer Carlo Felice Marcovecchio, afterwards of Campo di Marte. Throughout their five years jointly, the music group released a string of a minimum of 11 singles …

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Nino Bravo

When Spanish vocalist Nino Bravo (created: Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis) died within an automobile accident about Apr1 6, 1973, the entire world lost among its greatest intimate balladeers. Bravo have been appealing to acclaim since 1959 when he sang using the vibrant pop group, Aielo De Malferit. He continuing his …

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The Winkies

Of all songwriters and performers who have been thrown in to the spotlight through the early to mid-’70s, yet under no circumstances attained greater than a modicum of mainstream achievement, couple of proved as accomplished as Phil Rambow. Writer of such contemporary classics as “PARTICULAR DATE” and “Youthful Lust” (for …

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