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John Carpenter

Because the years passed, sci-fi/horror director John Carpenter earned nearly just as much acclaim for his music for his filmmaking. The kid of the music teacher at Traditional western Kentucky School, he crafted a unique audio dominated by pulsing, arpeggiated synthesizers and atmospheric washes that echoed his stark visible design. …

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John 5

Given birth to in Grosse Pointe, Michigan and picking right up a guitar in the sensitive age group of seven, John Lowery was presented with the nickname John 5 your day he joined Marilyn Manson’s music group. A versatile program guitarist known for his rate in addition to his willing …

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Joe Meek

Not an designer in the original sense of the word (he couldn’t play or sing whatsoever) maker Joe Meek has non-etheless been belatedly named an important, actually inimitable, physique of early British rock and roll & move. Like Phil Spector, Meek created idiosyncratic production methods that, a lot more than …

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Tussle

One of several groupings blurring the lines between rock and roll and dance, Tussle mix dub, Krautrock, minimal techno, electro, and post-punk, among various other sounds, right into a cohesive, danceable entire. The group, which comes from San Francisco’s Objective district, contained in its first lineup drummer/melodica participant Alexis Georgopoulos, …

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Johnny A.

Guitarist Johnny A. was created in Malden, Massachusetts and was raised within the North Shoreline section of Boston, where he led rings that performed every main and not-so-major place in the region and a web host of roadside pubs in New Britain. He eventually thought we would turn into a …

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Davie Allan & the Arrows

Based in LA, USA, this quartet, Davie Allan (lead guitar), Paul Johnson (rhythm guitar), Steve Pugh (bass) and Larry Brown (drums), found its way to the wake of fellow instrumental stylists Dick Dale as well as the Endeavors. Allan’s exclusive, ‘large fuzz’ audio had been prominent on ‘Apache ’65’, an …

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Davie Allan

Offering the soundtrack to varied biker and teen exploitation movies within the mid- and late ’60s, Davie Allan & the Arrows bridged the browse and psychedelic eras. Their traveling, basic instrumentals presented loads and plenty of fuzz acoustic guitar, in addition to good dollops of tremolo pub waggling and wah-wah. …

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Eric Johnson

Hardly any musical artists achieve a genuine signature style — one which makes comparisons to additional musicians difficult. But Tx guitarist Eric Johnson probably comes as near this echelon as any musician from days gone by quarter-century. Like fellow Lone Celebrity Condition guitarists Johnny Winter season, Billy Gibbons, and Stevie …

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Gary Usher

Gary Usher’s importance in the annals of California rock and roll is substantial. He co-wrote many of the Seaside Kids’ early tracks with Brian Wilson, including classics like “IN MY OWN Space” and “409,” and created the Byrds’ Younger Than Last night and Notorious Byrd Brothers albums. He was also …

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For.Mat

For.mat was a one-off task for brothers Lincoln and Russell Fong that yielded 1994’s Press Circus, and nothing at all else. Unlike the brothers’ earlier collaboration using the even more pop-based Polar/Polar Purpose (or their joint involvements with Moose), For.mat was an wall plug to jump to their like of …

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