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Pierre Vervloesem

Guitarist Pierre Vervloesem continues to be referred to as “Belgium’s Frank Zappa,” although his inimitable abilities — he’s a fine electric powered bassist and in addition noted for his abilities in anatomist, mixing, and/or understanding his very own recordings and the ones of his co-workers — place him in his …

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La Düsseldorf

German percussionist Klaus Dinger shaped La Dusseldorf following break up of cyber-rock music group, Neu!, in 1975. Applying a punk-inspired “much less is even more” get to Neu!’s minimalist pop-meets-German experimentalism, La Dusseldorf increased to the levels of Europe’s progressive rock and roll scene from the past due 1970s. Product …

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Miriodor

By 2017 as well as the discharge of Indication 9, Montreal avant-prog group Miriodor were still carrying the flag they initial hoisted over 30 years earlier among the initial groups over the “rock and roll” side from the Quebec-based musique actuelle formula. At their inception, Miriodor may be viewed as …

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Otolithen

Otolithen is a duo formed in 1993 simply by Päd Conca of Switzerland and Dirk Bruinsma of HOLLAND. Conca plays electric powered bass, a homemade string device, results and foot-activated percussion, while Bruinsma sings and has electric powered guitars, soprano saxophone and foot-triggered percussion. Conca and Bruinsma make use of …

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Mick Underwood

Mick Underwood offers enjoyed among the longer professions as a rock and roll drummer in Britain, from the first ’60s to the start of the 21st hundred years and still keeping track of. He spent some time working in most from the main rock and roll genres and varieties of …

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Renaissance

The annals of Renaissance is actually the annals of two individual groups, rather like the two phases from the Moody Blues or the Drifters. The initial group was founded in 1969 by ex-Yardbirds users Keith Relf and Jim McCarty as sort of intensifying folk-rock music group, who documented two albums …

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Merrell Fankhauser

Probably one of the most interesting cult numbers in rock background, Fankhauser’s best function came as the first choice of several interesting organizations through the ’60s and early ’70s: the Effects (instrumental browse), Merrell & the Exiles (stable British Invasion-style rock and roll), Fapardokly (great Byrds-ish folk-rock), the H.M.S. Bounty …

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May Blitz

Might Blitz was among the 1st four rings signed by eminent progressive and large rock and roll label, Vertigo, along with long term legends Dark Sabbath, Uriah Heep, as well as the largely forgotten Juicy Lucy, whose less fortunate destiny they might unfortunately share, in the long run. Although usually …

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Niacin

Having performed straightforward hard rock and roll with Mr. Big because the tail end from the ’80s, bass virtuoso Billy Sheehan created Niacin as an store for his jazz fusion and prog rock and roll inclinations through the middle-’90s. The trio also presented keyboardist John Novello and drummer Dennis Chambers, …

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New England

This quartet formed around Boston beneath the auspice of powerhouse manager Costs Aucoin, who ruled the ’70s with Kiss. Guitarist and vocalist John Fannon became the guiding light from the music group, with Jimmy Waldo offering amazing keyboards and Gary Shea on bass while Hirsh Gardener proved helpful the drums. …

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