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The Movers

The Movers garnered large success in the 1970s having a fusion of South African marabi jazz and American soul music. These were specifically noted for his or her limited sax section and their jazzy key pad function. Massively prolific, they documented a huge selection of albums and singles.

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John Swenson

Liner note writer John Swenson was (with Dave Marsh) co-editor of, and a contributor to, the initial edition from the Rolling Rock Record Guidebook, the first in depth reference guidebook to rock and roll albums (also covering some folk, jazz, blues, gospel, and nation recordings which were influential on rock …

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Ben & Ellie Kreader

Writer/maker Ben Kreader began performing in university after placing an advertisement in The Chicago Audience for a female who smoked in least a pack each day. When no one responded, he finished up finding his own tone of voice without aid from cigarettes.

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The Symphonics

A Philadelphia-based group with extremely sound instrumental support and an infectiously upbeat audio, the Symphonics had the honor to be only the next act signed to Curtom Information in 1968, through the company’s formative weeks — it had been also the group’s misfortune to become listed on Curtom when the …

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Dream Machine

When Norman Whitfield still left Motown, his association using the Temptations ended aswell. He began Whitfield Information, brought the Undisputed Truth along, also to many, created them as eccentric variations from the Tempts. All good stuff come to a finish, however, and quickly the label proceeded to go under. Whitfield …

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Jean Wells

A female spirit singer through the 60s, Jean Wells issued a lone single album during her profession, titled Spirit on Soul.

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Carl Graves

Carl Graves’ even one “Baby, HANG UP THE PHONE the telephone” was a high 20 R&B strike in 1974. Graves who was simply from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, sang using the music group Skylark (which also included David Foster and vocalist Donny Gerard) who got a 1973 amount nine pop strike …

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Freedom

It had been 1975 in Jackson, MS, when business lead guitarist, Caleb Tyrone Armstrong, students at Wingfield senior high school, and Ray Smith (bass), students at Jackson Condition College, formed Independence. The various other members had been Joe Leslie (business lead vocalist and bongos), David Thigpen (sax), Victor Mason (drums), …

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Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson

In the later ’60s, the female-male duo of Peggy Scott and Jo Jo Benson produced the pop Top 40 3 x (charting higher in the R&B section) using a clutch of good-natured Southern pop/soul tunes. Semi-legendary manufacturer Huey Meaux, who acquired worked thoroughly with such spirit and rock and roll …

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Kelly Bell

Fronted by an imposingly large, dreadlocked singer, the Kelly Bell Group secured a location as the Baltimore area’s top live party group by the finish from the 1990s. Produced in 1995 within a town with no significantly less than eight schools or colleges, Bell’s good-time mixture of rock and roll …

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