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The Apples in Stereo

Sunny pop band the Apples in Stereo system were among the leading lighting from the Elephant 6 Recording Company collective, a coterie of likeminded lo-fi indie groups — like the Olivia Tremor Control, Natural Milk Hotel, and Key Rectangular — who distributed musicians, ideas, and sensibilities. These were led by …

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Amen Corner

Amen Part was a Welsh R&B-tinged pop music group from the ’60s featuring singer Andy Fairweather Low, organist Blue Weaver, guitarist Neil Jones, bassist Clive Taylor, saxophonists Allen Jones and Mike Smith, and drummer Dennis Bryon. They obtained the to begin their six English chart strikes with “Gin Home” in …

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Stealers Wheel

Although remembered today primarily for just one or two songs, Stealers Wheel in its time bid good to be Britain’s response to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Little. Just the chronic instability of the lineup stood within their way following a guaranteeing begin. Gerry Rafferty (b. Paisley, Scotland, Apr. 16, 1946) …

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Tony Kaye

For a lot of his profession, Tony Kaye was mostly referred to as the person that Rick Wakeman replaced in Yes in 1971, simply in time to become superstar keyboard participant rivaling Keith Emerson. Much more serious enthusiasts of Yes understood him relatively better, because the inspired otherwise overly showy …

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The Hollywood Stars

While they hardly ever earned greater than a tiny cult following outside their house condition of California, the Hollywood Stars became heroes to glam and power pop fans using their tight, hooky, guitar-driven music, which emerged at the same time when prog rock and roll and singer/songwriters were dominating the …

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The Orange Opera

The Orange Opera’s whimsical power pop is basically created by singer/songwriter Kevin Hambrick, who founded the band while maintaining a concurrent solo career in the first 2000s. Hailing from Feet. Wayne, IN, the quartet funneled an gratitude for E.L.O., Badfinger, as well as the Beatles right into a somewhat more …

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Peter Lacey

Peter Lacey emerged by the end from the millennium through the shadows of many years of program focus on the Uk scene having a audio so melodically affluent and sophisticated that he earned inevitable evaluations to legends through the golden period of pop music — Brian Wilson and Burt Bacharach …

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Sea of Japan

Inspired by famous brands Created to Spill, Yo La Tengo, and Wilco, Doug Smith (vocals, guitar), Fabian Halabou (guitar, bass), and Brian Berryman (keyboards, bass, drums) created the indie rock and roll trio Sea of Japan. Located in Ferndale, MI, the group documented its debut recording by using several music …

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Pyramidiacs

Seen as a a upbeat power-pop experience, the Pyramidiacs appear has continued to be consistent because the group’s 1988 origins. Located in the Sydney suburb of Fairfield, Australia, the initial line-up of Eddie Owen (electric guitar/ vocals), Bob Susnjara (bass/ vocals) and Mickster Baty (drums) required upon a musical idolization …

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Hawks

This Midwestern power pop quintet (keyboardist Dave Hearn, guitarists Dave Steen, and Kirk Kaufman, bassist Frank Wiewel, and drummer Larry Adams) came built with four strong songwriters/vocalists fighting for room on each of their two long players (only drummer Adams sat from the songwriting duties). Through the span of two …

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