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Café Orchestra

Merging the musical traditions of Ireland with hard-edged rock and roll, Dublin-based Café Orchestra offers emerged among the Emerald Isle’s leading folk-rock rings. Furthermore to documenting four unforgettable albums, Tres Café, After Hours, Topaz, and Feelgood, the group offered the soundtrack of such movies as the Neil Jordan-directed Michael Collins …

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Watts

Upon the demise from the Mono Men in 1998, guitarist Dave Crider and drummer Aaron met up with bassist Chris DeGon and former Maven vocalist Jeff Braimes to create Watts that same year. Using their raw abrasives of 60’s inspired of garage rock and roll, Watts had the opportunity to …

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Young Flowers

Often cited among the first proper psychedelic rock bands to emerge in Denmark through the 1960s, Young Flowers were a blues-based power trio whose music was intensely influenced simply by Cream as well as the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Teen Flowers had been produced in Copenhagen in 1967 by guitarist Jens …

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Grapes of Wrath

Most rings that formed in garages in the mid-’60s didn’t hang in there long more than enough to see through their punk and United kingdom Invasion roots. Several morphed into psychedelic or quasi-psych clothes. Even fewer had been around long more than enough (or versatile more than enough) to contact …

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Harry Smith

Eccentric Harry Smith occupies an almost mythical function in 20th century American music, being a curator and, in his very own fashion, promoter of essential folk forms. The three-volume Anthology of American Folk Music that he put together for Folkways in the first ’50s was instrumental in revealing much root …

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The Wackers

Short-lived, modestly well-known band that performed in the Liverpool style, although they weren’t from Liverpool or the encompassing area. They lower a complete of three singles, one for Oriole and two for Pye’s Piccadilly subsidiary, which the very best was the next, a cover of “Like Or Cash.” By 1965, …

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Phil & the Frantics

Among the features of the first Pebbles amounts was Phil & the Frantics’ “I HAVE TO Work,” an obscure one which captured the first Zombies’ audio with uncanny precision. The close resemblance, actually, was no coincidence: therefore a lot of the melody and agreement was lifted through the obscure Zombies’ …

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The Feathers

In later 1968, David Bowie briefly led a trio known as Feathers, which also included his partner Hermione Fatheringale on vocals and electric guitar, and guitarist John “Hutch” Hutchinson (who had used Bowie in 1966 within the Hype). Even more folk-rockish than various other Bowie efforts before or since, these …

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Mary Catherine Lunsford

Little is well known approximately Mary Catherine Lunsford, who all released a uncommon, self-titled vocalist/songwriter record on Polydor throughout the later ’60s. The record appears extremely inspired by the first function of Joni Mitchell, though a bit more pop-oriented in the creation, which uses some orchestration. Lunsford’s vocals and music …

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The Victors

The Victors were a mid-1960s Minneapolis garage area music group noted for including two future people from the Litter, Jim Kane (on bass) and Denny Waite (on vocals). Kane’s friend Warren Kendrick documented five unreleased cover tracks with them, ultimately issued in the 1993 Compact disc The Scotty Tale, which …

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