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Magnus Uggla

Swedish comedic songwriter Magnus Uggla was created Per Allan Magnus Claesson Uggla in Stockholm about June 18, 1954. An associate of Swedish nobility, Uggla’s descendants add a number of Western rulers, including John III of Sweden, Gustav Vasa, as well as Charlemagne. Sketching on the pop/rock and roll sounds of …

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Walt Kelly

Best known being a cartoonist so that as the originator of Pogo, Walt Kelly also made a small amount of recordings connected with Pogo, being a vocalist. Kelly was created in Philadelphia, the kid of the theatrical picture painter, and grew up in Bridgeport, CT. He demonstrated remarkable facility being …

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Stan Fritts

If Stan Fritts looked similar to a Nebraska barber when compared to a musician, that could be because he was one. Unsure about the financial stability from the musical trade in the ’30s and ’40s, he went to university for barbers and proved helpful in the trade whenever gigs dry …

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Adam West

Adam Western world stepped in to the function of comic criminal offense fighter Batman in the tv screen group of the same name through the 1960s. Advertising tie-ins towards the Caped Crusader abounded, from lunchboxes and pajamas to recordings. The 7″ one “Batman and Robin,” supported by “THE STORYPLOT of …

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Bloodhag

With hardly any exceptions, joke or gimmick bands have usually had an exceptionally short shelf life in the pop market place. There was actually no dependence on a second recording from the faux reggae Led Zeppelin cover music group Dread Zeppelin, for instance. But, most joke rings don’t possess a …

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Awesome Cool Dudes

Five dudes from Bloomington, IN (namely, Cory Plump, Jay McElfresh, Nate Lineback, Nate “Brand-new Nate” Cross, and Brandon Crowe) came together as the Amazing Great Dudes in 2003. Slinging a method of tongue-planted-firmly-in-cheek humor disco that nodded to contemporaries like Har Mar Superstar and Kennedy, the fivesome self-released six full-length …

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The Marquis of Kensington

The Marquis of Kensington was actually Robert Wace, the former supervisor from the Kinks. The funny thing is usually, his only solitary release (documented for Immediate Information in 1967), “The Changing from the Safeguard,” can be a nostalgia-drenched piece that noises a little like Ray Davies’ vamping from the United …

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Chuck Wagon & the Wheels

The over-the-top country trio Chuck Wagon & the Wheels formed in 1979 and so are as inspired by professional wrestling because they are classic country. The group includes vocalists Wagon and Carl “Cal” Pyle along with guitarist/bassist/vocalist Sid Sequin. Their nation & wrestling recording Off THE VERY BEST Rope premiered …

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Whistling Jack Smith

A long time ago in 1967, Uk Decca/Deram maker Noel Walker produced a two-and-a-half-minute record featuring his own whistling backed with a veritable group of whistlers, electric powered organ, acoustic guitar, bass acoustic guitar, and capture drums. As fodder because of this pixelated test he select “I HAD BEEN Kaiser …

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The Korn Kobblers

When Austin alt-country celebrities the Hickoids pelt an target audience with corn, a socially beneficial custom has been followed dating back again to the ’30s as well as the Korn Kobblers, advertised within their heyday mainly because “America’s most non-sensical dance music group.” High stalks of terms indeed due to …

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