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Terry Tucker

For four decades, Terry Tucker continues to be delighting audiences on both sides from the Atlantic, initial in her indigenous England, being a singer, composer, and keyboard participant using the group Sunforest through the past due 1960s, and later on — in Britain and on the Western european continent — …

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The Peppermint Rainbow

Baltimore’s Peppermint Rainbow had a high 40 hit in 1969 using their harmony-laden soft rocker “ARE YOU CONSIDERING Staying After Weekend” — a nod (both thematically and musically) towards the Spanky & Our Gang strikes “Sunday Morning hours” and “Weekend Will Never End up being the Equal.” Like Spanky & …

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Orpheus

Boston’s Orpheus made four albums in the late ’60s and early ’70s which were something of the antecedent to soft rock and roll. Although some from the associates had root base in the folk picture, and although these were lumped along with the heavier and even more psychedelic rings that …

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Noel Harrison

Pop singer Noel Harrison is well known best in music circles for credit scoring popular in 1969 with “Windmills of YOUR BRAIN,” a tune compiled by Michel Legrand. The haunting one had received a lift when it had been highlighted prominently in the Steve McQueen film The Thomas Crown Affair …

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Fojimoto

When Michigan citizens Jon Fojtik and Ryan Waggoner moved to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA after college, they weren’t absolutely sure on how best to utilize their music talents. However when they fulfilled guitarist Marwan Kanafani, another California transplant (from St. Louis,) they produced Fojimoto more than a common like of …

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The Holy Mackerel

After singer/songwriter Paul Williams landed one of is own songs on the other hand of Tiny Tim’s hit single “Tip-Toe Through the Tulips,” he was approached by record producer Richard Perry with an offer to cut his own album. It had been a giant jump for Williams, who got just …

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Rosebud

The short-lived Rosebud has sometimes been classified as an outgrowth from the duo of Judy Henske and Jerry Yester, who did one album, the underrated cult classic Farewell Aldebaran, in 1969. Actually, although Henske and Yester had been both essential performers and songwriters in Rosebud, Rosebud was a completely individual …

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Mark Wirtz

“Easy hearing” is not actually a proper classification for Tag Wirtz; “instrumental pop” may fit him better. An EMI personnel manufacturer in the past due ’60s, Wirtz’s most long lasting contributions to modern music had been as manufacturer of Tomorrow, among the finest forgotten British psychedelic groupings (offering guitarist Steve …

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Sandy Salisbury

Sandy Salisbury was a honey-voiced person in sunlight pop guru Curt Boettcher’s solid of singers and players in charge of a number of the finest pop records from the 1960s. Boettcher and Salisbury fulfilled up in Boettcher’s group the Ballroom and discovered that their voices combined collectively magically. The Ballroom …

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Sagittarius

Though it only reached number 70 in the national charts, Sagittarius’ 1967 single “My World Fell Down” is among the great experimental psychedelic pop gems from the era. Sounding like a dropped Beach Boys traditional through the “Great Vibrations”/SMiLE period, the record got gorgeous California pop harmonies, beautiful symphonic orchestration, …

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