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Paul Freeman

Charismatic Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Paul Freeman crafts hook-laden pop confections that balance the earnest soul-searching of mature alternative rock as well as the swagger and bravado of Brit-pop. Created in Wales and elevated in London on a reliable diet plan of Springsteen, McCartney, and Dylan, Freeman shifted to California to …

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Huub Van der Lubbe

A singer, poet, and professional, Huub Truck der Lubbe is a Dutch performer most widely known as an associate from the long-running music group De Dijk. Together with his primary gig with De Dijk, Truck der Lubbe in addition has authored several books of poetry, made an appearance in over …

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Mark Lewisohn

Mark Lewisohn may be the Beatles’ Boswell. You will find few, if any, people alive who learn about the group than Lewisohn will. His The Beatles Documenting Sessions, which files all the Beatles’ standard recording classes from 1962 to 1970, is usually a model for such tasks for the reason …

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Happy Chichester

A talented vocalist/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist located in Columbus, OH, Harold “Happy” Chichester has taken the longer road to country wide identification through a confusing zigzag of rings, collaborations, and visitor appearances. Perhaps most widely known as the whirlwind head behind Howlin’ Maggie as well as for his outrageous bass playing …

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Curtiss Maldoon

Made up of guitarists and singer/songwriters Dave Curtiss and Clive Maldoon, the duo, Curtiss Maldoon, produced several ordinary, low-key rock and roll albums in the first ’70s and so are now most appreciated because of their associations with a lot more well-known musicians. Curtiss (on bass) and Maldoon had been …

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Brian Protheroe

Most widely known in Britain while an actor who also sustained a profession on display and stage for more than four years, Brian Protheroe can be known for a clutch of soft rock and roll records he produced as a vocalist/songwriter in the ’70s. Specifically, Protheroe was known for “Pinball,” …

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Robert Freeman

Photographer, developer, and cameraman Robert Freeman is certainly most well-known for photographing and developing five from the Beatles’ record covers, furthermore to another tasks he completed with the person. After graduating from Cambridge in 1959, he became a specialist professional photographer, with tasks for The Weekend Times and various other …

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The Junipers

Leicester-based psychedelic pop band the Junipers had been formed like a recording project in 2000 by founding users Joe Wiltshire, Marc Johnston, Pete Gough, Liam Riley, and Stuart Pratt. Pursuing in the footsteps of seminal ’60s organizations just like the Zombies as well as the Remaining Banke, the group includes …

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The Aerovons

The Aerovons’ story appears like a fairytale, and generally in most respects it had been a fairytale become a reality, aside from the anticlimactic and grim ending. It had been probably the imagine an incredible number of teenage American young boys to meet up the Beatles and record at Abbey …

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Virgineers

Fans from the Virgineers continue steadily to clamor for more information about the secretive set, and many think it is hard to trust they haven’t yet broken through the misty ether that surrounds them and confounds those that would like to learn. Though Ken Zawacki (vocals, guitars, keyboards, percussion) and …

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