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The Fabulous Poodles

The jokers in the post-pub rock pack, London’s Fabulous Poodles prearranged inside the same bag of flamboyant pop as created Deaf College as well as the Kursaal Flyers, lighthearted plenty of to guarantee an excellent particular date, but only a shade too esoteric to meet up a significant audience head-on. …

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Everyone

Perhaps most obviously for like the interesting folk-rock journeyman Andy Roberts in the lineup, Everyone had a short and confusing profession. They issued just one single self-titled record in the U.K. on B&C in the first ’70s. Nevertheless, when it made an appearance on Ampex in the U.S., the record …

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Rockin’ Horse

Rockin’ Equine was formed by ex-Merseybeat Billy Kinsley (bass) and ex-Kirkbys/23rd Turnoff member Jimmy Campbell (acoustic guitar, vocals). Both met up in 1971 as well as the group lasted lengthy plenty of to record an recording for Philips entitled Yes IT REALLY IS. They split in 1972, though Kinsley later …

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Hoodoo Rhythm Devils

The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils rode the post-hippie wave emanating from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in the dawn from the ’70s. Fusing blues boogie with country-rock rave-ups, full-throated rock and roll & move and a hint of spirit, they didn’t quite appear to be any other music group in the Bay …

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Loving Awareness

Quartet organized by pirate radio pioneer Ronan O’Rahilly from the remnants of Miss Bifferty, Arc & Bell and Arc, 3 past due ’60s/early ’70s rings with overlapping memberships–Mick Gallagher on keyboards, John Turnbull on acoustic guitar (both ex-Chosen Couple of and Miss Bifferty), and Norman Watt-Roy on bass, with Charlie …

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Lew Lewis

Harmonica participant/vocalist Lew Lewis made a single record for Stiff Information in 1979, Conserve the Wail, and a handful of 1979-1980 singles for Stiff, and a youthful one particular for United Performers. Before going single he’d experienced Eddie & the Scorching Rods, though he was kicked out of this significant …

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Tony Dangerfield

Tony Dangerfield was among the longest surviving music artists to emerge from Joe Meek’s steady of performers. Although he isn’t remotely aswell referred to as Ritchie Blackmore, he exceeded through some significant and extraordinary rings. Dangerfield was using Screaming Lord Sutch’s Savages in 1964 when Meek attempted grooming him for …

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Hudson-Ford

Though most widely known for his or her membership in The Strawbs, the rhythm portion of John Ford (bass) and Richard Husdon (drums) worked collectively both before and after their ’70 – ’73 stint using the folk-prog band. Previously with Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera, and The Velvet Opera, the duo …

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Ernie Graham

Vocalist/guitarist Ernie Graham was a dynamic area of the Uk pub rock picture during the initial half from the ’70s, shuffling between many bands and in addition recording single. Graham began in Belfast through the middle-’60s in professional music when he became a member of Tony & the Telstars, an …

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Charlie & The Wide Boys

Hardly remembered today except from the most attentive of pub rock scholars, Charlie & the Large Kids were a good-time rock & roll band cut securely in the mold from the Faces as well as the Rolling Stones who found its way to London during summer 1973. Shaped in the …

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