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Willie Lane

North Tx bluesman Willie Street recorded 6 sides (“Along Building K.C. Series,” “Prowlin’ Surface Hog,” “WAY TOO MANY Females Blues,” “Howling Wolfe Blues,” and two will take of “Dark Kitty Rag”) for Dallas-based Talent Information between 1934 and 1949. He might have already been the same Willie Street who also …

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Justine

Offering both male instrumentalists/singers and female vocalists, the Uk group Justine released one album, 1970’s Justine, that drew from American and Uk varieties of folk-rock, and a little psychedelia.

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John Lee

John Arthur Lee was an Alabama bluesman who recorded five edges (“Baby Blues,” “Baby DO NOT Move,” “Straight down on the Depot,” “Alabama Boogie,” “Blind’s Blues”) for Government Information in July 1951 in Montgomery, AL. He also documented an record for Rounder Information in the 1970s (which proceeded to go …

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F.J. McMahon

Santa Barbara, CA, designer F.J. McMahon released a rare recording, Spirit from the Golden Juice, in the past due ’60s in the easygoing, though reserved and somewhat dark, folk-rock, early vocalist/songwriter style.

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Celebration

Baltimore, Maryland’s eclectic but generally passionate group Special event features vocalist/percussionist Katrina Ford, multi-instrumentalist Sean Antanaitis, drummer David Bergander, keyboardist/percussionist Tony Drummond, and bassist/guitarist Walker Teret. Ford and Antanaitis — who may also be couple — began in Ann Arbor’s chaotic, early-’90s noise-punk music group Jaks, where Ford begun to …

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The Moving Pictures

Using their 1994 debut EP entitled Hummingbird, the Moving Pictures first showcased their trademark of gleaming, blissful twee pop. Hailing from Madrid, the duo of Chity and Carlos offered your guitar, bass, drum and key pad combination using the followed affects of New Purchase, the Cardigans as well as the …

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The Wilde Flowers

The Wilde Flowers hardly ever released an archive throughout their existence, but their influence exceeds that of several groups with lengthy discographies. The music group offered as the wellspring from the so-called Canterbury audio: upcoming Soft Machine associates Robert Wyatt, Kevin Ayers, and Hugh Hopper all used the Wilde Blooms …

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The Travelers 3

THE FANTASTIC Folk Revival from the later ’50s and early ’60s may possess specific birth to more trios than any musical movement in American history. Because of the achievement of the Kingston Trio with “Tom Dooley” in 1958, record brands were willing to have a opportunity on outfits just like …

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Chris Bouchillon

Chris Bouchillon single-handedly created the speaking blues form when he recorded “Speaking Blues” for Columbia Information in Atlanta in 1926 (the actual 78 wasn’t released until 1927), even though couple of recall his name today, the blues version he started continues to be utilized to great impact by myriad performers …

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Melvin “Lil’ Son” Jackson

Lil’ Boy Jackson was a stylistic throwback as soon as he first resulted in during the instant postwar era. Created Melvin Jackson, he was a Tx nation bluesman of the best purchase whose rustic strategy appealed wholeheartedly towards the early-’50s blues market. His dad liked blues, while his mom played …

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