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The Embrooks

The Embrooks aren’t a lot a mod revival outfit — although that description would definitely do — like a freakbeat revival group, if that mini-genre could possibly be coined. Their audio is very much indeed 1966-centered, owing too much to the mod power pop audio from the Who and Who-type …

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Joe “Fingers” Carr

While seriously influenced simply by Art Tatum, this performer was barely considered a heavyweight pianist during his career. Created Louis F. Bush, or Busch with regards to the resource, the key pad maestro who also make large usage of the stage name of Joe “Fingertips” Carr were able to ensure …

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The Dream Weavers

If any group could possibly be defined by simply one hit record, a large contender will be the Wish Weavers who appreciated one hit single, “It’s Almost Tomorrow” early in 1956 rather than troubled the graphs again. Two close friends, Gene Adkinson and Wade Buff fulfilled while still at college, …

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Fats Domino

Typically the most popular exponent of the classic New Orleans R&B sound, Fats Domino sold even more records than every other black rock & roll star from the 1950s. His calm, lolling boogie-woogie piano design and easygoing, warm vocals anchored an extended series of nationwide hits in the middle-’50s to …

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The Cyrkle

The Cyrkle didn’t look like much more when compared to a two-hit wonder in 1966 if they charted with “Crimson Silicone Ball” and “IGNORE Time.” Their pleasurable, upbeat folk/pop/rock and roll audio, coupled with the actual fact they surely got to record two comprehensive LPs, speaks amounts about how great …

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The Cryan’ Shames

The Cryan’ Shames actually were an issue in Chicago within the mid- and later ’60s, whenever a couple of their singles hit the neighborhood Top Ten; a few of them had been small national strikes as well. The greatest of the was “Glucose and Spice,” a cover of the Searchers …

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Larry the Cable Guy

The person who added the catch phrases “Git-R-Done” and “Lord, I AM SORRY” towards the American lexicon and drew fans from the pickup truckload to his shows became probably one of the most successful comics of the first 2000s. Dan Whitney, known better as Larry the Wire Guy, promises he …

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Larry Johnson

One of the postwar generation of blues artists, Larry Johnson — from Riceville, GA — is among the most specialized in the pure Delta and Texas varieties of the ’20s. He was created on, may 5, 1938, in Fulton Region, GA. His dad was a preacher and his boy would …

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Jackson C. Frank

One of the most interesting and enigmatic cult statistics of 1960s folk, Jackson C. Frank’s popularity rests almost exclusively upon one hard-to-find record in the middle-’60s. A more powerful composer when compared to a vocalist, he nonetheless acquired an appreciable impact on a lot more well-known performers from the 10 …

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Every Mother’s Son

A pop group from NEW YORK, Every Mother’s Child enjoyed a short fling with fame because of their 1967 strike “SERIOUSLY Right down to My Vessel.” Every Mother’s Child was created by lead vocalist and guitarist Larry Larden, a veteran of New York’s folk music picture, and his more youthful …

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