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Backbeat Band

An alt-rock supergroup of types, the Backbeat Music group came collectively for a short instant in 1993-94 to record and promote the soundtrack to Backbeat, Iain Softley’s 1994 fair-to-midlin film chronicling the Fab Four’s pre-Beatlemania period in Britain and Hamburg. Comprising Afghan Whigs vocalist Greg Dulli, R.E.M. bassist Mike Mills, …

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Captain Beefheart

Given birth to Don Vliet, Captain Beefheart was among contemporary music’s true innovators. Who owns an extraordinary four-and-a-half-octave vocal range, he utilized idiosyncratic rhythms, absurdist lyrics, and an unholy alliance of free of charge jazz, Delta blues, latter-day traditional music, and rock and roll & roll to make a singular …

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Brownsville Station

A Detroit area rock and roll & roll music group formed in 1969 by guitarists Cub Koda and Mike Lutz, Brownsville Station’s original members also included T.J. Cronley (drums) and Tony Driggins (bass), with Henry Weck changing Cronley on drums in 1971. In the beginning affected by Chuck Berry, Bo …

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The Remains

This Boston, USA-based garage band was formed in 1964 by guitarist/vocalist Barry Tashian. Motivated by a vacation to London, where he noticed British groupings playing materials he treasured – Jimmy Reed, Small Walter, Chuck Berry and John Lee Hooker – Tashian come up with the Remains to be with Costs …

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The Rolling Stones

By enough time the Rolling Stones began calling themselves the World’s Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the past due ’60s, that they had currently staked out an extraordinary claim around the title. As the self-consciously harmful option to the bouncy Merseybeat from the Beatles in the English Invasion, the …

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The Masonics

Centering on five cities located in Kent, U.K., the Medway picture was created in the first ’80s having a defiantly lo-fi undertake ’60s garage area/defeat, seasoned having a dash of traditional rock & move and a lot of punk attitude. Probably the scene’s most well-known boy was the prolific Billy …

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Mickey & Sylvia

Although this duo is mainly remembered being a one-hit act — for “Like Is Strange,” which reached number 11 in 1957 — they in fact recorded a number of exciting hybrids of R&B and rock and roll & move in the mid- and later ’50s. Playing on countless ’50s periods …

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Little Richard

Among the primary rock and roll & move greats, Small Richard merged the fireplace of gospel with New Orleans R&B, pounding the piano and wailing with gleeful drop. While numerous various other R&B greats of the first ’50s have been relocating a similar path, none of these matched up the …

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Johnny Otis

Johnny Otis modeled an incredible quantity of contrasting music hats more than a profession spanning over fifty percent a hundred years. Bandleader, record manufacturer, skill scout, label owner, nightclub impresario, disk jockey, TV range show host, writer, R&B pioneer, rock and roll & roll superstar — Otis replied to all …

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Clifton James

Among a half-dozen necessary drummers through the Chicago picture, Clifton Adam was closely from the mighty electric guitar slinger Bo Diddley for 16 years. This areas Adam front and middle on the creation of 1 of the very most essential beats in rock and roll music, referred to as the …

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