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The post-Family music group formed by Family members masterminds Roger Chapman and Charlie Whitney. Where their previous music group well balanced art-rock and blues-rock, the Streetwalkers had been a throwback, a blues-rock music group that place Chapman’s extraordinary tone of voice front and middle. Unlike Family, nevertheless, the Streetwalkers, who …

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Roger Chapman

Roger Chapman is most beneficial known for his barbed-wire tone of voice, used to entrance British ’70s rock and roll acts Family members and Streetwalkers. He started a long-awaited single profession in 1978 that resulted in over twelve full-length releases. Hardly ever heard about them? It isn’t astonishing: album-wise, he …

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A blues-based music group with art rock and roll inclinations, Family members were one of the most interesting sets of hippie-era Britain. Fronted with the deft and sometimes excellent electric guitar playing of John “Charlie” Whitney as well as the raspy, whiskey-and-cigarette tone of voice of Roger Chapman, Family members …

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