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The Motet

Hailing from Boulder, Colorado, the Motet is certainly a big funk-, jazz- and Afrobeat-influenced ensemble. Shaped by drummer and bandleader Dave W in 1998, the Motet originally started being a collective with spinning members. However, because the 2000s, the group provides remained a primary sextet with different lineup adjustments and …

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The Morells

A long-running roots rock and roll ensemble, the Morells formed in Springfield, Missouri in the first ’80s. Born from several other rings like the Symptoms as well as the Skeletons, the Morells included guitarist D. Clinton Thompson, bassist Lou Whitney, and keyboardists Kelly Dark brown, Joe Terry, and Maralie Terry, …

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The Monkees

“Hey hey, we have been the Monkees/You understand we want to please/A produced image/With zero philosophies.” In 1968, the Monkees attended to their own status within the music “Ditty Diego (Battle Chant),” which summed in the poor rap they’d received within the music press given that they first surfaced in …

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Lobby Loyde

Australia’s first electric guitar hero, Lobby Loyde helped form the audio of classic neighborhood bands such as for example Billy Thorpe as well as the Aztecs and Rose Tattoo, in addition to have an effective solo profession. In 1963, after that referred to as Barry Lyde, he became a member …

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The Softlightes

Springing fully created from your smoldering indie pop continues to be from the Incredible Moses Leroy, the Softlightes emerged together in nov 2004. Moses mastermind Ron Fountenberry going in the group and was became a member of by ex-Moses bassist Kristian Dunn, drummer Tim Fogarty, and pianist Andrew Truck Baal. …

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Texas Tornados

The best Tex-Mex supergroup, Texas Tornados were made up of a number of the genre’s most legendary figures: Doug Sahm, Augie Meyers (Sahm’s bandmate within the groundbreaking Sir Douglas Quintet), Hispanic country star Freddy Fender, and accordion virtuoso Flaco Jimenez. The group’s infectious, party-ready sound combined country, early rock and …

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The Maytals

The consummate vocal group, the Maytals are inextricably linked with Jamaica’s music history, and their longer and prolific profession has seen the group in the forefront of just about any shift in music direction until the ragga period. Their influence continues to be therefore vast, both on the homeland and …

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The Telepathic Butterflies

The Telepathic Butterflies were formed in Winnipeg by guitarist and songwriter Réjean (Rej) Ricard and drummer Jacques (Jake) Dubois. The duo performed as Mayonnaise and Groove before buying its current name (extracted from a passing in Kurt Vonnegut’s book Breakfast time of Champions), even while developing and refining a good, …

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The Outfield

Ironically, given their obsession with America’s favorite pastime, the Outfield got their begin in London’s East End. Playing beneath the name the Football Children, the trio of bassist/vocalist Tony Lewis, guitarist/keyboardist John Spinks, and drummer Alan Jackman performed around London and documented some early demos, getting the eye of Columbia/CBS …

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Stray Cats

The key band of the early-’80s rockabilly revival, the Stray Cats scored several big hits on both sides from the Atlantic because of a striking visual style tailor-made for the first times of MTV, in addition to genuine musical chops that evoked the very best players of rockabilly’s original heyday. …

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