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Seth Kauffman

The Chapel Hill, NC-based Seth Kauffman first came for the indie rock scene in the later ’90s as an associate from the roots soul group the Choosy Beggars. Lo-fi, ramshackle, and organic, the Beggars had been everything Kauffman cherished, but his musical lifestyle wasn’t often this unrefined. Traditional violin lessons …

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Johnson Products

Johnson Items was a funk/disco clothing in charge of the 1979 one “Johnson Jumpin’,” that was released over the Audio of NY label (or SONY), among the many small-time underground disco imprints work by companies Peter Dark brown and Patrick Adams through the later ‘70s and early ‘80s. A gritty …

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Diabolical Masquerade

A one-man side task of Katatonia guitarist Anders Nyström (aka Blackheim), Sweden’s Diabolical Masquerade released a string of symphonic and misanthropic dark metal albums, you start with 1995’s imaginatively titled Ravendusk in my own Heart. The likewise influenced and ill-disposed The Phantom Lodge adopted a few years later on, and …

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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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Wicked Lester

Even though band Wicked Lester by no means issued the official recording throughout their brief tenure collectively, the group would serve as a stepping stone for both Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, both of whom later on went on to create among the ’70s biggest hard rock and roll outfits, …

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Denny McLain

Two-time Cy Adolescent Award champion Denny McLain was a lot more famous for his football profession than his music accomplishments, although he did have the ability to launch an recording of his lounge/body organ function in 1969. He performed for the Detroit Tigers from 1963 through 1970, after that bounced …

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Jon Astley

And a short-lived singing profession with Atlantic Information, British-born Jon Astley has produced a name for himself like a masterful maker of re-issues, particularly encircling the Who’s back catalogue. Students of the fantastic Glyn Johns through the ’70s, Astley created a working romantic relationship with Pete Townshend that started when …

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Leo Robin

Prolific American pop and show tunes lyricist Leo Robin was energetic from the middle-’20s through the first ’50s, and it is many observed for his use composer Ralph Rainger. Delivered in Pittsburgh, in 1895, Robin researched on the College or university of Pittsburgh Rules College and Carnegie Tech’s crisis school, …

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Dez Cadena

Dez Cadena was the 3rd in a type of 4 singers who fronted Dark Flag. The kid of renowned manufacturer and A&R guy Ozzie Cadena (who caused a variety of jazz performers in the 1940s through 1960s — Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Charles Mingus, Dexter Gordon, etc.), Dez was initially …

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Jolt

Usually tossed in to the mod bag, the Jolt defied such easy categorizations, and split just like that movement emerged in to the national spotlight. Terminated from the fury of punk, the music group formed in the summertime of 1976 in the suburbs of Glasgow, Scotland. The original quartet quickly …

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