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-30-, who issued a unitary in 1986, was sort of a dried out work for Penelope Houston’s single career. Appearing in the Identification label, both of the tracks, “Filled with Question” and “Away from MY ENTIRE LIFE,” had been re-recorded in equivalent variations on Houston’s initial solo record, Birdboys. For …

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22 Brides

A music group formed by sisters Carrie Johnson (guitar, vocals) and Libby Johnson (keyboards, vocals), alongside drummer Ned Stroh and guitarist John Skehen. The music group is likely towards extremes in music and set up, well in a position to generate an intensely folky atmosphere for the hand, but additionally …

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Map of Wyoming

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA twang-pop combo Map of Wyoming reunited singer/guitarist Dale Duncan, guitarist/keyboardist Chris von Sneidern and drummer John Stuart, who previously teamed within the cult-favorite jangle-pop music group Flying Color. Following a seven-year hiatus in the music business, Duncan produced Map of Wyoming in 1997, adding ex-Translator bassist …

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Blue Mountain Eagle

In July of 1969, Canadian-born drummer Dewey Martin — the final remaining original person in Buffalo Springfield — still left the last incarnation of this group (who have been, at that time, calling themselves Brand-new Buffalo) for the solo cope with UNI. On the other hand, as the staying associates …

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Moby Grape

One of the better ’60s SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA rings, Moby Grape were also perhaps one of the most versatile. Although they’re most often recognized using the psychedelic picture, their niche was combining a variety of origins music — folk, blues, nation, and classic rock and roll & move — …

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Wizz Jones

Using its many leaves and branches, the English folk scene is traceable to some gnarly yet long lasting taproots. Combined with the Watersons and Davy Graham, guitarist Wizz Jones is definitely one of these. While virtually unfamiliar in America with this sorry age group, Jones was paramount in influencing just …

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Marcus

Marcus was the psychedelic alias of erstwhile NY folkie/jack-of-all-musical-trades Rusty Evans, given birth to Marcus Uzilevsky in Brooklyn. After graduating from New York’s College of Artwork and Style, in 1958 Evans produced his documented debut, liberating the rockabilly attempts “I Resided, I Loved, I Shed” and “Midnight Unique” on Brunswick; …

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Winter Hours

Strongly influenced simply by early Buffalo Springfield, Bob Dylan, and Gene Clark-era Byrds, Winter Hours’ rootsy, aggressive style put them in clear contrast making use of their past due-’80s rock brethren. A quintet comprising Joseph Marques on vocals, Michael Carlucci on acoustic guitar, Bob Perry on guitars and vocals, Bob …

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Hedgehoppers Anonymous

Known originally because the Trendsetters, this five part was found out by producer Jonathan Ruler just because they transformed their name to Hedgehoppers, in mention of the actual fact that the complete band contains Royal Air Power pilots (whose reputation for low traveling, or “hedge-hopping,” was infamous). Ruler recommended the …

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The Turtles

Though many remember just their 1967 hit, “Happy Jointly,” the Turtles were one of the most enjoyable American pop sets of the ’60s, moving from folk-rock inspired with the Byrds to some sparkling fusion of Zombies-inspired chamber pop and straight-ahead, good-time pop similar to the Lovin’ Spoonful, the complete infused …

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