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Leslie Spit Treeo

First off, there is no 1 named Leslie Spit (the Leslie Spit is a topographical landmark for the harbor front from the group’s hometown of Toronto, Ontario) no, it isn’t spelled as with a three-person group. It’s simply possible how the “tree” spelling can be a mildly scatological pun predicated …

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The Big 3

Appreciated today mostly for having a pre-Mamas & Papas Cass Elliot, the best 3 recorded several enjoyable pop-folk albums around 1963. Elliot was flanked by significant companions Tim Rose (who continued to become small but noteworthy vocalist/songwriter in the past due ’60s, most well-known for carrying out the edition of …

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The Deadly Gentlemen

A string band having a decidedly contemporary 21st hundred years pop, punk, and rock and roll method of acoustic music, Boston’s the Deadly Gentlemen, led by songwriter and banjoist Greg Liszt and in addition featuring mandolin participant Dominick Leslie, fiddler Michael Barnett, guitarist Stash Wyslouch, and upright bassist Samson Grisman, …

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The Shacklefords

The Shacklefords were a short-lived folk-pop act led by two from the more interesting figures in the L.A. music picture from the 1960s — Lee Hazlewood, the idiosyncratic vocalist, songwriter, and manufacturer most widely known for his collaborations with Nancy Sinatra, and Marty Cooper, who was simply a songwriter and …

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The New Frontiers

Shaped in Dallas, TX, by lead singer and guitarist Nathan Pettijohn, bassist Ryan Henry, guitarist Jacob Chaney, keyboardist Man Turner, and drummer Alex Bhore, all Dallas natives, the brand new Frontiers had been originally known as Stellamaris and self-released an EP less than that name in 2006 before changing their …

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Whistler, Chaucer, Detroit & Greenhill

Although Whistler, Chaucer, Detroit & Greenhill were indeed a quartet, nobody in the band actually passed some of those names. Rather, their eclectic, whimsical psychedelic-influenced 1968 LP, The Unwritten Functions of Geoffrey, Etc., was documented by David Bullock (acoustic guitar, bass, vocals), Scott Fraser (acoustic guitar, keyboards, bass, vocals), Eddie …

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Thorinshield

Thorinshield may also be labeled a sunlight pop music group by enthusiasts, but though they talk about some qualities with Californian sunlight pop performers, they had a far more straightforward, less light-weight rock and roll taste than many works considering that label. On the only, obscure, self-titled record (from 1968), …

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Michael Snow

Vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Michael Snow has already established an extended and varied profession, initial in the mid-’60s Uk rock scene, after that in Nashville. He was created to Irish immigrant parents in Liverpool, Britain, and elevated there, taking part in the Merseybeat motion headed with the Beatles in the first ’60s. In …

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