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Jimmy Wright

Within a different, fairer reality, the reference to tenor saxman Jimmy Wright’s name would evoke the term “cool” within the mere utterance. He’d end up being there in the thoughts of serious rock and roll & roll fans with Scotty Moore, Cliff Gallup, Rudy Pompili, and Franny Beecher, as machine …

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The Spellbinders

The Spellbinders were a harmonizing number from NJ whose spellbinding harmonies undoubtedly inspired their name. Robert Shives’ classy, suave falsetto qualified prospects further described the slick combined male/woman quintet from the Spellbinders. Shives, Wayne Wright, Ben Give, McArthur Munford, and Elouise Pennington authorized with Columbia Information in 1965 and befriended …

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