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Band of Blacky Ranchette

Blacky Ranchette may be the alter ego of Howe Gelb, leader from the post-punk country-rock music group Giant Fine sand. He produced the Music group of Blacky Ranchette within the mid-’80s in an effort to explore direct country music, however the group’s three albums even so resonated with Gelb’s Neil …

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Sonny Smith

A vivid and idiosyncratic storyteller within the grand narrative custom of Tom Waits and Randy Newman, indie folk singer/songwriter Sonny Smith emerged from obscurity in 2003 using the cult favourite THAT IS My Story, THAT IS My Song. Given birth to in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1972, Smith relocated …

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The Birthday Party

The PARTY were among the darkest & most challenging post-punk groupings to emerge in the first ’80s, creating bleak and noisy soundscapes that provided an ideal setting for vocalist Nick Cave’s difficult, disturbing tales of religious beliefs, violence, and perversity. Beneath the path of Cave and guitarist Rowland S. Howard, …

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The Beta Band

Their sound veering from post-grunge balladry to funk and ambient breakbeat to Madchester acid house, the Beta Band emerged in the United kingdom scene as (nominally) a pop group with few similarities to any various other act going. Shaped around three close friends originally from Edinburgh — vocalist Steve Mason, …

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The Band

For roughly half of a 10 years, from 1968 through 1975, the Band was one of the most well-known and influential rock and roll groups on earth, their music embraced by critics (and, to some somewhat lesser level, the general public) as seriously because the music from the Beatles as …

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Andy Fairweather Low

The seven million individuals who bought Eric Clapton’s Unplugged album and a variety of more who saw the MTV Unplugged Television show experienced the task of Andy Fairweather Low, who offered as Clapton’s backup guitarist/vocalist. But most likely few for the reason that large audience understood that Fairweather Low acquired …

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Sly & the Family Stone

Sly & the Family members Rock harnessed all the disparate musical and social developments from the past due ’60s, developing a outdoors, brilliant fusion of soul, rock, R&B, psychedelia, and funk that broke boundaries straight down with out a second thought. Led by Sly Rock, the Family members Rock was …

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Slim Harpo

Within the large stable of blues talent that Crowley, LA, producer Jay Miller documented for the Nashville-based Excello label, no-one enjoyed even more mainstream success than Slim Harpo. Only a tone behind Lightnin’ Slim in regional popularity, Harpo performed both electric guitar and neck-rack harmonica in a far more down-home …

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The ‘Lectric Chairs

Though it had the distinct air of the basement band gone uncharted in the ocean of rock and roll & move, L.A.’s ‘Lectric Seats finally managed to get official in past due 2003, issuing the Sparkolounger EP through Dionysus. Vocalist/guitarist Marsh Gooch, business lead guitarist Loren Molinare (ex-Dogs), bassist Jose …

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Terry Manning

Terry Manning is mainly called an engineer and manufacturer whose career were only available in the past due ’60s and spanned many decades, including use Led Zeppelin, ZZ Best, Isaac Hayes, the Staple Performers, Molly Hatchet, George Thorogood, Widespread Anxiety, and Lenny Kravitz. Being a documenting artist, nevertheless, he’s known …

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