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The Gallows

From Keokuk, IA, the Gallows released several ordinary garage rock and roll singles on tiny brands. The 1st, “Come towards the Party”/”Sluggish Loss of life” (1965), combined a run-of-the-mill garage area/frat rock and roll party tune using a regular bluesy instrumental. The next, “WAY TOO MANY Fish in the ocean”/”Keep …

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Divinity of Pure Sound

Denver psychedelic music group, the Divinity of Pure Audio, was formed in 1967 beneath the name Friar Body fat and Close friends — based on the Colorado Music Web page in www.mountainmusic.net, singer/bassist George Gardine weighed just as much as 300 pounds — therefore the group’s early moniker. Guitarists Nathan …

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Tiny Masters of Today

Tiny Experts of Today took their name from a music group in the Blake Nelson book Rockstar Superstar, a mature novel about the tests and tribulations to be in a rock-band. The Tiny Experts — Ivan, 13, acoustic guitar and vocals, and his sister Ada, 11, bass and vocals — …

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Serenity

Made up of the trio of Malcolm Street (harmonica, vocals), Phil Briggs (guitar, vocals), and Rob Sinclair (bass, vocals), this New Zealand group released a good album of California psychedelia-influenced folk-rock, Little bit of Brain. Originally released in 1972, it had been given an around equally obscure Compact disc reissue …

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The Head Set

East Coastline indie rock and roll quartet the top Collection blend Brit-pop, punk, and garage area rock right into a volatile cacophony of melody and mayhem. Shaped in 2002, the group offers the skills of lead vocalist Jordan Blaugrund, guitarist Eliot Wadsworth, bass participant Brett Sherman, and drummer Mike Blaugrund. …

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Tabaco

In most cases, in the psychedelic era the further the music was formulated from its English-speaking cultural centers, the stranger and even more garbled it became. Such was the case to some extent using the Spanish music group Tabaco, which documented the Desintegracion recording in past due 1971. Sung mainly …

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Ace Kefford Stand

Ace Kefford was a second person in the 1st lineup from the Move, taking part in bass and singing back-up vocals (and 1 lead vocal, about “Yellow Rainbow”) with them through 1968. He remaining the music group sometime that yr, and soon afterward became frontman for the short-lived Ace Kefford …

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Ramsay Midwood

It is not likely that anyone will accuse Ramsay Midwood to be glossy or ultraslick any time in the future. Earthy, gritty, tough, and soulful, Midwood can be an Austin, TX-based vocalist/songwriter whose folk-rock, Americana, and root base rock owe a significant debt towards the blues — actually, his music …

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Group Doueh

Group Doueh play organic and unfiltered Sahrawi music in the ex – colonial Spanish outpost from the American Sahara. Produced by guitarist-leader Salmou “Doueh” Bamaar (aka Doueh, pronounced “Doo-way”) in the first area of the 21st hundred years, the core from the ever-evolving music group also included his wife Halima. …

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Smile 69

Among the shorter lived rings in the rather incestuous Houston pysch picture from the ’90s, Smile 69 was composed of past Schlong Weasel users Ramon Medina and Jim Otterson, with community music artists Marco Saenz, Matthew Thurmond, and Drew Calhoun rounding out the lineup. The music group would record a …

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