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The In Crowd

The In Audience was a brief-lived soul-rock group reflecting the Uk rock and roll scene’s transition from simple R&B to mod and psychedelia, perhaps most obviously for featuring the near future nucleus of 1 from the U.K.’s greatest underrated psychedelic rings, Tomorrow. The In Audience started as the Four AND …

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Justin Hayward & John Lodge

The Moody Blues began a five-year hiatus in 1973, and among the first results was the Hayward/Lodge team-up referred to as the Blue Jays. The pairing was reasonable — Hayward and Lodge’s signing up for the group in 1966 acquired precipitated the transformation within their sound and helped hook them …

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Happy Chichester

A talented vocalist/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist located in Columbus, OH, Harold “Happy” Chichester has taken the longer road to country wide identification through a confusing zigzag of rings, collaborations, and visitor appearances. Perhaps most widely known as the whirlwind head behind Howlin’ Maggie as well as for his outrageous bass playing …

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Bodast

Among Steve Howe’s several obscure pre-Yes tasks, Bodast filled the space between his stint in Tomorrow and his recruitment for Yes. Aside from Howe, the lineup contains Clive Skinner (vocals, acoustic guitar), Dave Curtis (vocals, bass), and Bobby Clarke (aka Woodman) (drums). Curtis and Clarke experienced previously played collectively in …

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Roger Dean

Roger Dean is a genuine renaissance man. Primarily concentrating on silversmithing and home furniture design, he progressed into among rock’s esteemed performers. Best-known for the record addresses that he created for Yes and Asia, Dean provides released three books of his artwork. Sights, which reached the very best slot on …

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John Petrucci

Not all very difficult rock and roll ‘guitar heroes’ that emerged through the past due ’80s-early ’90s were instrumental solo artists, mainly because evidenced by Fantasy Theater’s John Petrucci. Created on July 12, 1967, and elevated in Kings Recreation area (a town situated in the suburb of Very long Island, …

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Jan Akkerman

A musician of almost renowned prowess, Jan Akkerman for a while eclipsed Eric Clapton, Jimmy Web page, and Jeff Beck among reader polls in Britain as the very best guitarist in the world. Akkerman was created in Amsterdam, Holland, and demonstrated his musical inclinations early, taking on your guitar while …

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GTR

Like the majority of supergroups, GTR didn’t stay together lengthy — only 1 year and one album with 1986’s GTR. Made up of guitarists Steve Howe (Yes) and Steve Hackett (Genesis), vocalist Utmost Bacon, bassist Phil Spalding, and drummer Jonathon Mover, the group didn’t deviate through the progressive rock and …

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Fat Mattress

Body fat Mattress are primarily referred to as the just-post-Jimi Hendrix Experience music group of Noel Redding, putting away several albums in the past due 1960s and early 1970s. The Jimi Hendrix connection was most likely responsible for attaining Fat Mattress a lot of whatever interest they were able to …

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Yes

By far the longest enduring and probably the most effective from the ’70s progressive rock and roll groups, Yes became among the lingering success tales from that music genre. The music group, founded in 1968, overcame a generational change in its market as well as the departure of its most …

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