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Greatest Show on Earth

This London-based octet – Ozzie Lane (vocals), Garth Watt-Roy (guitar/vocals), Mick Deacon (keyboards), Ian Aitcheson (saxophone), Tex Philpotts (saxophone), Dick Hanson (trumpet), Norman Watt-Roy (bass) and Ron Prudence (drums) – was formed in 1968 being a soul band. New Orleans-born Street later came back to America departing his erstwhile co-workers …

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Le Orme

You can forget that America and Britain didn’t exist in vacuum pressure in the 1960s, which rock’s impact was felt much beyond the English-speaking globe. France, Italy, Germany, and far of the others of European countries spawned their very own organizations emulating the noises of psychedelia along with other social …

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Bitch

Although Bitch hardly ever became popular or headlined any arenas, the Los Angeles-based rock quartet enjoyed a little cult following that cherished the band’s amusing odes to bondage and S&M. Bitch’s primary attraction was business lead vocalist Betsy Bitch, who portrayed a dominatrix from hell and sang concerning the pleasures …

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Lone Star

This traditional UK hard rock quintet was formed in 1975 by Kenny Driscoll (lead vocals), Tony Smith (guitar), Paul ‘Tonka’ Chapman (b. 9 June 1954, Cardiff, Wales; acoustic guitar), Pete Hurley (bass) and Dixie Lee (drums). Focusing on dynamic heavy rock and roll, they attracted substantial attention using their Roy …

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Neil Peart

Ask virtually any rock and roll drummer who all their affects are and it?s likely that Rush’s Neil Peart can be on top of the list. Along with his theoretically challenging and precise rhythmic design, few rock and roll drummers possess scaled the levels that Peart offers over time on …

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Jon Butcher

Jimi Hendrix disciple Jon Butcher achieved some moderate graph achievement in the mid-’80s as the singer/guitarist for the Jon Butcher Axis. Appearing out of the Boston membership scene in the first ’80s, the Butcher Axis (which also included people Chris Mann on bass and Derek Blevins on drums), released such …

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UFO

Vocalist Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, bassist Pete Method, and drummer Andy Parker shaped the Uk space metal clothing UFO in 1969. Originally referred to as Hocus Pocus, the group, which got the name UFO honoring a London golf club, debuted in 1971 with UFO 1. Both album and its …

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Graham Bonnet

In the 1980s, hard rock and roll and rock were about how you looked. In the event that you didn’t possess long locks and clothe themselves in studs, spikes, natural leather, or spandex, you trapped out just like a sore thumb. Vocalist Graham Bonnet — who sported a glance that …

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Wolf Hoffmann

A multi-talented instrumentalist, songwriter, and professional photographer, Wolf Hoffmann is most beneficial referred to as the guitarist for German rock legends Accept, with whom he continues to be associated with since 1976. Furthermore to his use Accept, the German-born Hoffmann in addition has caused Sebastian Bach, Skew Siskin, and Joe …

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Alcatrazz

Alcatrazz was originally formed seeing that a car for vocalist Graham Bonnet, but became well-known for introducing budding electric guitar heroes instead, namely Swedish phenom Yngwie J. Malmsteen and ex-Frank Zappa associate Steve Vai. After slaving away unsuccessfully for some from the ’70s using the Marble so when a solo …

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