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The Mourning Dayze

Created in 1965 in Madison, WI, by John Valentine, Doug Henry, Steve Ellmann, and Rick Pfeifer, the Mourning Dayze acquired a garage-based psychedelic sound that led to a set of 45s (like the psych classic “Take a flight My Paper Airplane”) for Ray Peck’s Chicago-area Kiderian Reports in 1967. Both …

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Inmates

The strange history of the Chocolate Watchband saw several tracks included on the group’s second album which were not actually the Chocolate Watchband, but recordings by entirely different music artists. One particular not-Chocolate Watchbands had been the Inmates, never to end up being confused using the better-known brand-new wave band …

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The Coydogs

Bridging the space between two distinct eras of American and English popular music — the soul and country from the ’50s and ’60s as well as the snotty, rebellious seems of punk rock and roll circa the ’70s — New York’s (Brooklyn, to become correct) the Coydogs (Darian Zahedi, guitar …

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The Jesters

The Jesters were an odd mid-’60s garage area band on several counts. Initial, they documented for Sun Information, among the few rock and roll groups who experienced material released by the business in the times when the famous label experienced become almost dormant. Second, they required a lot of their …

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Daughters of Eve

Chicago garage area band the Daughters of Eve was formed in past due 1965 by supervisor Carl Bonafede — currently the mastermind behind regional most favorite the Buckinghams (most widely known for the traditional “Sort of a Pull”), Bonafede right now looked to put together an all-girl group, 1st recruiting …

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Ipso Facto

All-female foursome Ipso Facto are nearly aswell known for his or her fashion sense for their music — they exclusively favor vintage monochrome outfits and sport hairdos that divided the difference between Louise Brooks and Brian Jones — though their stylish fusion of indie pop, garage area rock, early goth …

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The Mad Hatters

Not to end up being confused with a small number of other rings using the same name at that time, the Mad Hatters were a garage area music group from Annapolis, Maryland who began functioning jointly in 1964. Featuring Dave Vittek on business lead vocals, Tom Curley on business lead …

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The Gallows

From Keokuk, IA, the Gallows released several ordinary garage rock and roll singles on tiny brands. The 1st, “Come towards the Party”/”Sluggish Loss of life” (1965), combined a run-of-the-mill garage area/frat rock and roll party tune using a regular bluesy instrumental. The next, “WAY TOO MANY Fish in the ocean”/”Keep …

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Tiny Masters of Today

Tiny Experts of Today took their name from a music group in the Blake Nelson book Rockstar Superstar, a mature novel about the tests and tribulations to be in a rock-band. The Tiny Experts — Ivan, 13, acoustic guitar and vocals, and his sister Ada, 11, bass and vocals — …

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The Head Set

East Coastline indie rock and roll quartet the top Collection blend Brit-pop, punk, and garage area rock right into a volatile cacophony of melody and mayhem. Shaped in 2002, the group offers the skills of lead vocalist Jordan Blaugrund, guitarist Eliot Wadsworth, bass participant Brett Sherman, and drummer Mike Blaugrund. …

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