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Johnny Kidd & the Pirates

Kidd (b. Frederick Heath, 23 Dec 1939, Willesden, London, Britain, d. 7 Oct 1966, Britain), is currently rightly revered as an important number in the delivery of British rock and roll. Although his support group fluctuated, this enigmatic number presided over many seminal pre- Beatles produces. Shaped in January 1959, …

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Alan Caddy

Alan Caddy might not have been seeing that well-known seeing that a few of his contemporaries — Hank B. Marvin or Big Jim Sullivan, for instance — but he was among England’s early electric guitar heroes, and he do participate in two renowned rings during his initial five many years …

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The Tornados

Among the saddest tales in rock and roll & roll background surrounds the Tornados, an instrumental group from Britain. Although there have been other groups using the same name (observe listing for his or her American surf-band counterparts), this batch of Tornados had been the creation of English maker Joe …

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