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Bombadil

In almost all of the interviews, Durham, NEW YORK indie combo Bombadil claimed that their conceptual starting place was the folk music of Bolivia, last heard within the U.S. pop graphs approximately by no means. (Simon & Garfunkel’s “Un Condor Pasa [If I Could]” was predicated on a folk music …

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Georgie Fame

Georgie Fame’s swinging, surprisingly credible mixture of jazz and American R&B earned him a considerable following in his local U.K., where he obtained three number 1 singles through the ’60s. Popularity performed piano and body organ furthermore to performing, and was affected by famous brands Mose Allison, Booker T. & …

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Sea Wolf

Similar to Iron & Wine and identical indie outfits, Sea Wolf may be the project name of the single singer/songwriter who drafts in additional musicians because the occasion warrants. That vocalist/songwriter is usually Alex Chapel, a California indigenous who appears to local writers like John Steinbeck and Jack port London …

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The Mutton Birds

THE BRAND NEW Zealand pop band the Mutton Parrots was led by singer/guitarist Don McGlashan, already an extremely regarded figure in his indigenous land for his work in the legendary post-punk-era group Blam Blam Blam. Also including ex-Six Volts guitarist David Long and drummer Ross Burge, the group started documenting …

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The Cannanes

Australian indie pop legends the Cannanes shaped in Sydney in past due 1984, originally comprising singers/guitarists Stephen O’Neil and Annabel Bleach, bassist Michelle Cannane, and drummer David Nichols; namesake Cannane remaining the loose-knit group early the next calendar year, the first within a apparently never-ending group of lineup adjustments which …

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Sophie Monk

Australian actress and singer Sophie Monk began her professional career in 1999 when she received a spot in the tv screen show Popstars. The show’s idea was to make a feminine pop group, and following a group of on-air skill tournaments, Monk was chosen alongside Belinda Chapple, Katie Underwood, Sally …

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Those Transatlantics

Making use of their devotion to ultra-catchy pure pop hooks, alternating male and female vocals, and deceptively complex song structures, Those Transatlantics run into as America’s response to the brand new Pornographers. Nevertheless, the Michigan quintet includes a sweeter disposition than Carl Newman’s frequently sardonic crew, using a fondness for …

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Kathy Kirby

Kathy Kirby was created Kathleen O’Rourke in Ilford, Essex around the East London edges on Oct 20, 1940. She was dubbed “The Golden Lady of Pop” within the middle-’60s, although her fall from popularity into obscurity was nearly instantaneous, because the worldwide singing celebrity who had made an appearance in …

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The Modulators

The Modulators were a fresh Jersey-based power pop music group and regional legends within the ’80s, and with time developed a separate following among pop obsessives despite hardly ever catching the brass band countrywide. The group was founded by Joe Riccardello, a music buff using a flavor for the Beatles, …

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The Moog

Hungarian quintet the Moog were founded by Tonyo (vocals, keyboards), Gergo (drums, percussion), and Adi (acoustic guitar), three years as a child friends who bonded more than Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, and Placebo. After playing addresses and writing their very own materials, the trio people decided to switch their band right …

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