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The Other Half

This obscure SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA (by method of L.A.) ’60s music group gained a amount of notoriety in the ’80s when their punk-garage solitary “Mr. Pharmacist” was included using one of Rhino’s Nuggets compilations and included in the Fall. In fact, a lot of the Additional Half’s materials was …

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Jesse Sykes

Vocalist Jesse Sykes is most beneficial known on her behalf use the alt-country ensemble Jesse Sykes & the Nice Hereafter. Formed from your ashes of two important alternative country rings, Whiskeytown and Hominy, the duo of business lead vocalist/guitarist Jesse Sykes and guitarist Phil Wandscher fulfilled in 1999 in Seattle’s …

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Julian Priester

Julian Priester was a flexible and highly advanced trombonist with the capacity of playing hard bop, post-bop, R&B, fusion, or full-on avant-garde jazz; nevertheless, he continues to be under-appreciated because of the paucity of classes he documented under his personal name. Priester was created in Chicago on June 29, 1935, …

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Jefferson Airplane

Jefferson Aircraft was the to begin the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA psychedelic rock sets of the 1960s to accomplish national recognition. However the Grateful Dead eventually proved even more long-lived and well-known, Jefferson Aircraft defined the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA audio in the 1960s, using the acidity rock electric guitar …

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June Brides

United kingdom indie pop cult most favorite the June Brides were led by singer/guitarist Phil Wilson and guitarist Simon Beesley, London College of Economics classmates who initial bonded more than their shared affection for punk. Shaped on the lark for admittance right into a collegiate skill show, the initial lineup …

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Saint Etienne

Like the majority of bands founded by former music journalists, Saint Etienne were an extremely conceptual group. The trio’s concept was to fuse the United kingdom pop noises of ’60s London using the membership/dance rhythms and productions that described the post-acid home Britain of the first ’90s. Led by songwriters …

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Little Village

An early-’90s supergroup, Small Village comprises string wizard Ry Cooder, tunesmith John Hiatt, British bassist Nick Lowe, and program drummer extraordinaire Jim Keltner. All musicians originally performed as a device in 1987 on Hiatt’s discovery recording Bring the Family members. In that framework, basically Hiatt had been sidemen. Four years …

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We the People

One of the most versatile mid-’60s garage area groupings — indeed, these were generally too accomplished and pop-savvy to seriously merit the garage area band label — We individuals had some big strikes in Florida, but never broke out nationally, in spite of releases over the huge RCA and Problem …

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Clear Light

Among the better-remembered psychedelic one-shots from the ’60s, Crystal clear Light recorded a single record on Elektra before breaking up. Their California psychedelia was quite definitely in the mildew of fellow Elektra performers Appreciate, Tim Buckley, and specifically the Doorways, which is barely a coincidence; like many of these performers, …

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Jac Holzman

b. 15 Sept 1931, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Holzman, a tuned engineer, founded Elektra Information in 1950 and continued to be its guiding light over another 23 years. His label was renowned for traditional music, and early produces featured such performers as Jean Ritchie, Theodore Bikel, Ed McCurdy and Cynthia …

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