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Sharon Tandy

Southern African singer Sharon Tandy had a short career like a blue-eyed spirit singer in Britain in the 1960s, and even though her recorded legacy doesn’t contain any big industrial hits, her exclusive phrasing and passionate vocal design suggest things could easily have already been different. Tandy currently had a …

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The Syn

For a music group that only produced two singles, the Syn are very well remembered by British rock and roll enthusiasts, principally because two of their associates — guitarist Peter Banks and bassist Chris Squire — eventually surfaced in the initial lineup of Yes in 1968. Their two singles, both …

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Hipster Image

A hot mod music group from the mid-’60s found out by Animals managers Mike Jeffries and, within their one single, made by Alan Cost, Hipster Image were able to become a main band within the London golf club picture without ever charting an archive. They were currently founded around Keele …

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The Toggery Five

The Toggery Five were one of the most interesting failed groups from Manchester who missed in a number of attempts to carve a distinct segment for themselves in pop/rock. Produced in 1963 by Mike Rabin (vocals), Frank Renshaw (business lead electric guitar), Keith Meredith (tempo electric guitar), Kenneth Hillsides (bass), …

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The Redcaps

Early ’60s British rock & roll is filled up with the names of very good bands that under no circumstances made it, yet few ever got simply because close simply because the Redcaps. Shaped in Birmingham, Britain, in 1963, the group (whose name definitely was produced from Gene Vincent’s support …

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Feel for Soul

A well-liked but ill-fated U.K. spirit band, Experience For Soul led a roller-coaster life for just two years, support a number of the best visiting American skill but hardly ever carving a distinct segment of their very own in music. Located in Norwich, Experience For Spirit was an octet arranged …

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The Plebs

The Plebs were an early on offshoot from the Nashville Teens. Vocalist Terry Crowe and guitarist Mick Dunford, ex-members from the Nashville Teenagers, were area of the primary of the group with bassist Danny McCullough. They just ever cut a unitary, “Bad Bloodstream” b/w “Babe I’m Gonna Keep You,,” in …

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Earl Royce & the Olympics

Earl Royce & the Olympics were a Liverpool band who had been fortunate to get embroiled in the record firm frenzy to trim singles with anyone from the town that might even hold a musical instrument. The group was produced in early 1963 by associates of other regional bands, especially …

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The In Crowd

The In Audience was a brief-lived soul-rock group reflecting the Uk rock and roll scene’s transition from simple R&B to mod and psychedelia, perhaps most obviously for featuring the near future nucleus of 1 from the U.K.’s greatest underrated psychedelic rings, Tomorrow. The In Audience started as the Four AND …

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The Primitives

The Primitives were by no means, ever exactly children name, even in Oxford, where that they had a significant following like a club music group — and that is a reminder that some things in existence and history, as well as music, are simply so unfair concerning be unsettling. The …

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