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Eugene Blacknell

Although Oakland/East Bay guitarist Eugene Blacknell under no circumstances released a full-length during his lifetime, he still got a whole lot of attention — both from contemporary regional DJs and record collectors down the road — from the countless 7″s he produced, including “Gettin Down” and “WE REALIZE We Surely …

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Esco Hankins

b. 1 January 1924, Maynardville, Union State, Tennessee, USA, d. 18 November 1990. Hankins is normally referred to as a Roy Acuff soundalike. Whether it had been intentional or not really, the similarity is usually irrefutable but may, partly, be described by the actual fact that he originated from the …

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Vertical Slit

Vertical Slit was spearheaded from the prolific and uncompromising Columbus, OH-based singer/guitarist Jim Shepard, later on known for fronting the band V-3. Shaped during the middle-’70s, the loosely built Vertical Slit got its cues from Shepard’s piercing, feedback-intensive acoustic guitar and corrosive lyrical perspective, first documented within the hardly released …

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Edith Grove

After Michael Aston remaining Gene Loves Jezebel in 1989, he relocated to California and recruited guitarist Francois Perez, drummer Aaron Brooks, and bassist Morad for his new band, Edith Grove. The music group, who retain a detailed resemblance to Aston’s earlier music group, released a self-titled debut in 1993 on …

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F.P.I. Project

In the first ’90s, Italian producers Marco Fratty, Corrado Presti and Roberto Intrallazz released a string of dancefloor classics as the FPI Task that introduced Italo-house towards the club world. The sound was immediately recognizable: large piano examples, shouty vocals, a race beat — in a nutshell, the components that …

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Clubland

Composed of vocalist Zemya Hamilton and producer Jan Ekholm, this Swedish dance-pop group strike big in 1992 using their singles “Arranged Me Free of charge” and “HANG ON.” The duo came back three years later on with the solitary “Little bit of Love” as well as the Secrets of Internal …

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Bedlam

Bedlam is a Nashville-based alternate rock and roll trio featuring Jay Joyce (vocals, acoustic guitar), Doug Cancio (acoustic guitar, vocals), and Chris Feinstein (bass, vocals) that released its major-label debut, In to the Coals, in 1992.

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Bang the Party

Among the initial British dance serves to get airplay on American dancefloors, Bang the Party was formed by Child Batchelor and Keith Franklin. Batchelor have been playing rare-groove funk and spirit with schoolmate Jazzie B (afterwards of Spirit II Spirit) because the middle-’80s. He afterwards installed with Franklin as Bang …

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The Dave & Deke Combo

The Dave & Deke Combo, a band of LA country rockabillies, contain three Midwest transplants — leaders Dave Stuckey and Deke Dickerson, plus drummer Lance — and only 1 West Coastline native, bassist Shorty. After liberating many 7″ singles and an EP, the group’s recording debut, Moonshine Melodies, made an …

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Clay People

Hailing from Albany, NY, the techno-rock clothing the Clay People originally shaped in 1989. Although some different members possess approved through their rates through the entire years, two continuous members have already been vocalist Dan Neet and guitarist Dan McGarvey. During the period of five albums, the music group has …

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