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Bedemon

You can’t have more “cult metal” than Pentagram (in the end, the group didn’t have the ability to issue an effective studio album throughout their early-’70s maximum), but somehow, Bedemon manages to do this feat. Through the early ’70s, Pentagram bandmembers Bobby Liebling (vocals) and Geof O’Keefe (drums) had been …

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Glenn Hughes

Starting out because the bassist and lead vocalist for English hard rockers Trapeze (which developed from British soulsters the news headlines) in 1969, Glenn Hughes accomplished his greatest fame because the bass player of Deep Crimson from 1974 before group divided in 1976. Hughes eventually reconvened Trapeze (without records ensuing) …

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Gillan

Another entity in the Ian Gillan Music group and distinct from Ian Gillan the solo artist, Gillan was a music group bearing the ex-Deep Crimson frontman’s name which provided an outlet for his straight-ahead really difficult rock and roll inclinations (instead of the prog rock and roll tendencies from the …

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Gilby Clarke

Although he’s issued several solo albums by himself, guitarist Gilby Clarke is most beneficial known for his brief stint as an associate of Guns N’ Roses. Blessed on August 17, 1962, in Cleveland, OH, Clarke afterwards relocated to LA, where he dropped into the regional music scene using such obscure …

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Guns N’ Roses

At the same time when pop was dominated by dance music and pop-metal, Guns N’ Roses brought raw, unappealing rock & move crashing back to the charts. These were not really nice boys; fine boys don’t enjoy rock & move. They were awful, misogynistic, and violent; these were also funny, …

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Gunbunnies

Southern pop combo the Gunbunnies was shaped in Little Rock and roll, AR; led by frontman Chris Maxwell, the group relocated to Memphis before issuing their lone LP, 1989’s Paw Paw Patch.

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David Bowie

The clich√© about David Bowie is the fact that he was a music chameleon, adapting himself based on fashion and trends. While this kind of criticism is as well glib, there is no denying that Bowie confirmed an extraordinary skill for perceiving musical tendencies at his maximum within the ’70s. …

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Stray Dog

This blues-based US rock group started life being a power-trio in 1973. Produced by Snuffy Walden (vocals, electric guitar), Alan Roberts (bass, vocals) and Leslie Sampson (b. 1950; drums), their design incorporated components of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin. Timmy Dulaine (electric guitar, vocals) and Luis Cabaza (keyboards) had been …

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Bruce Springsteen

Within the decades following his emergence over the national scene in 1975, Bruce Springsteen became that rarity among popular music artists, an artist who preserved his status being a frontline documenting and performing star, consistently selling an incredible number of albums and selling out arenas and stadiums all over the …

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Dave Walker

Using a career that included a stadium-stuffing stint using the pre-Buckingham-Nicks Fleetwood Mac along with a contrarily rehearsals-only spell fronting Black Sabbath, plus two solid solo albums up to now this century, Dave Walker is rightly proclaimed among the true warriors from the British blues scene. His last record, a …

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