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After All

Hastily come up with in 1969 with a veteran quartet of Tallahassee, FL, musicians and jointly for only a small number of months, IN THE END is only a footnote in the annals of later-’60s and Florida rock. Their one recorded effort, nevertheless, was a moody cut of acid-tinged intensifying …

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The Beefeaters

The Beefeaters made only one in 1964, and were actually an early on version from the Byrds. When the nucleus from the Byrds had been attempting to define their audio (and even pioneer the folk-rock genre) in 1964, they known as themselves the Plane Set. Their supervisor, Jim Dickson, organized …

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Micki Callen

The little-known story of how Mickaela “Micki” Callen found co-write a track by one of the better American rock bands from the 1960s is indeed strange it might be impossible to create up. It is also indicative of just how much the rock and roll business has transformed since that …

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Bob Hippard

Bob Hippard was one of the non-Byrds that wrote tunes with Roger McGuinn which appeared on Byrds information. Hippard and McGuinn fulfilled in the first 1960s in the Troubadour in LA, where the music artists that would quickly type the Byrds would collect; Hippard at that time was street supervisor …

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Sunset Love

New Mexico-based psychedelic music group who found that sound by method of folk-rock, straight down the same route as the Jefferson Aircraft as well as the Mamas & The Papas, featuring male-female vocal harmonies and an excellent attack on the instruments, albeit inside a folky vein. They slice a whole …

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The Bohemians

Before Tim Buckley began his career being a solo artist for Elektra Information, he was an associate of the rock group called the Bohemians, which also included drummer Larry Beckett and bassist Jim Fielder. The Bohemians performed both cover music and original materials, penned with the nascent songwriting group of …

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Tom Mastin

A mysterious physique named Tom Mastin wrote “HOW WILL YOU Feel,” among the songs around the Jefferson Airplane’s second album, Surrealistic Cushion. Along with “My Greatest Friend,” it had been the lightest folk-rock track with an LP normally comprised of relatively harder-edged material. Using its harmonies and recorder, it and …

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Gandalf

A humble but intermittently enjoyable past due-’60s group, Gandalf sounded something similar to a far more psychedelic/progressive Still left Banke. Their singular album has great baroque-speckled melodies, an achieved keyboard foundation with affects from traditional music, and appealing harmonies. Their materials wasn’t on the amount of the Remaining Banke, though; …

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Sisters Lucas

A Detroit, MI based twin sister-led music group that specialized in a melange of folk, rock and roll, country, garage rock and roll, jangly indie rock and roll, the Beatles, Bowie, Billie Vacation, and pop criteria, the Sisters Lucas were well on the way to the bigger echelons from the …

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The Enfields

In 1966, this Wilmington, DE, group released one of the better garage area rock singles, “She Currently Has Somebody,” a moody, melodic original on par with the very best efforts with the Zombies. Led by guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Ted Munda, these were popular within their area and totally unidentified …

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