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The Music Company

The Music Business were a studio-only group formed for the express reason for recording a jazz version from the Beatles’ Silicone Soul LP soon after that album arrived in the mid-’60s. The LP, known as (logically more than enough) Silicone Soul Jazz, shown fairly simple jazz-pop covers of each song …

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Sola

Sola established themselves through the entire Philadelphia area being a live music group and expanded their status nationally when Obey THE HUMAN BRAIN released the instrumental post-rock band’s debut recording, UNDERNEATH, in 2002. Made up of five music artists — drummer/multi-instrumentalist Chris Powell, percussionist Greg Giuliano, guitarist Dave Moylan, bassist …

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Forrest Kyle

Not only will Forrest Kyle play the type of virtuosic post-Van Halen/Satriani instrumentals that ensemble a long darkness over hard rock and roll electric guitar in the ’80s, but he started carrying it out over ten years after the reality — as an adolescent. Kyle was raised in Mt. Vernon, …

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The Citations

England’s Citations were a short-lived music group that primarily specialized in instrumentals, having a audio similar compared to that from the Tornados. Their only solitary, for EMI’s Columbia label, presented a “Telstar”-like A-side known as “Moon Competition,” supported by a more interesting and encouraging monitor, a rip-roaring cover of Small …

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Pyramids

In early 1964, the Pyramids produced the very best 20 with “Penetration,” the final big nationwide instrumental surf hit, and one of the better of its ilk. The Long Seaside, California group attained some notoriety for shaving their minds just like the United kingdom Invasion was attacking American shores. Their …

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The Shadows

Known best because of their longtime residence at Blind Willie’s, a favorite blues club in Atlanta, the Shadows released many albums through the ’90s prior to the untimely death of singer/guitarist Mike Lorenz. Shadows bassist Roger Gregory opened up Blind Willie’s in 1986 with Eric Ruler. The membership, which is …

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The Tarantulas

The Tarantulas came together in 1996 when the Orlando, FL, natives Randy J and Chris Valentino first combined forces. Playing acoustic guitar and drums respectively, both earned bassist Loran Lea, who was simply soon changed by Ken Baugh. Collectively, the trio come up with the surf rock and roll record …

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Chris Bess

Chris “Cousin Crispy” Bess is an extremely large guy with musical skill to match his stature. A good keyboardist, particularly within the Hammond B-3, and just as gifted within the guitar, Bess 1st made an appearance on people’s radar when he became a member of Southern Culture within the Skids …

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The Body Haters

Created specifically like a part project for your body Enthusiasts’ instrumental music effort, your body Haters may be the brainchild of Michael Gira, previous co-leader of Swans, that has used enough time since that band’s conclusion to go after a number of musical likes and dislikes. As the Body Enthusiasts …

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Thunder Rocks

In the first days of White Detroit rock and roll & move, groundbreaking visionaries were few in number. There is rockabilly crooner Jack port Scott, Danny Zella & the Zell Stones, Johnny Power, the Royaltones, rather than much else. Increase that list a teenage instrumental combo known as the Thunder …

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