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The ADC Band

A nine-member funk and spirit aggregation co-led by Kaiya Matthews and Michael Judkins, the ADC Music group recorded for Cotillion in the past due ’70s and early ’80s. At their finest, the cuts used the funk details of Parliament/Funkadelic and Slave. The largest strike was 1978’s “Very long Heart stroke,” …

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The Reflections

Detroit-based the Reflections had been a five-man group schooled in doo wop who scored in 1964 in Ed Wingate’s Golden Globe label with “(EXACTLY LIKE) Romeo and Juliet,” compiled by Bob Hamilton and Freddie Gorman. (Gorman afterwards wrote music for Motown (“Make sure you Mr. Postman” and “Forever”) and produced …

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Roger Manning

As the co-founder of Jellyfish, Imperial Move, as well as the Moog Cookbook, keyboardist Roger Manning became probably one of the most beloved numbers in ’90s underground pop music. While non-e of those rings remained collectively for much longer than four years, Manning’s skill as a tranquility vocalist, arranger, and …

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Hodges, James & Smith

Hodges, Wayne & Smith (HJS) was the brainstorm of maker/article writer William “Mickey” Stevenson, Motown’s A&R Movie director throughout their glory years. All Detroit natives, Pat Hodges, Denita Wayne, and Jessica Smith had been handpicked by Stevenson, though both required different routes to make it happen. Hodges performed the clarinet …

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Mark Antone Adams

Tag Adams was the cool, nimble-fingered bassist for past due-’70s/’80s nine-member funk music group Slave who strike number 1 R&B and Best 40 pop the very first time away with “Slide.” The genesis from the Dayton, Ohio-born group was when East Orange, NJ, transplant Steve Washington transferred to Dayton to …

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The Poppies

Jim Hill SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL of Jackson, MS, spawned the Carvettes as well as the Poppies across the same period. The Carvettes had been the area’s dominate male group; the Poppies got the feminine honors. The initial Poppies trio shaped at Jim Hill SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL with Dorothy Moore, Rosemary …

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Silk

The ’70s R&B trio Silk was among the many groups to reach from that genre in the wake of classic Motown and through the heyday of their native Philadelphia scene.

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Chuck Jackson & Maxine Brown

Chuck Jackson and Maxine Dark brown were both important, but ultimately second-division, spirit celebrities in the 1960s. More often than not they documented as solo performers (see independent entries), however in the middle-’60s they teamed up for two duet albums, aswell as occasionally carrying out as a set. Their cover …

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The Adorables

1 of 2 girl groupings signed to Ed Wingate and Joanne Jackson’s Golden Globe Information, the Adorables were two group of sisters: Pat and Diane Lewis and Jackie and Betty Winston. Golden Globe released three singles by them: “FROST NOVA” b/w “Daddy Make sure you” and “School’s AROUND” b/w “End …

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Scott Morgan

Scott Morgan is among the major and long lasting figures over the Michigan rock and roll picture, forming his initial music group prior to the Uk Invasion helped sparked the ’60s garage area rock and roll explosion but still performing tough, soulful rock and roll & roll almost 50 years …

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