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(The Sounds of) Kaleidoscope

The Washington, D.C., music group (The Seems Of) Kaleidoscope was shaped by Damien C. Taylor in 1995, nonetheless it was just sporadically energetic in its 1st few years, numerous personnel adjustments and privately distributed cassettes. Finally, Taylor resolved on a tempo portion of brothers Mike Dugan (bass) and John Dugan (drums) for the July 2000 documenting session. The program yielded an EP, THEY ARE (The Noises Of) Kaleidiscope, released by Foxy Boy Information in July 2002. Even more changes led to a fresh lineup of Taylor (electric guitar and vocals) and two former associates from the Ropers, Douglas Bailey (bass) and Alex Hacker (drums), plus guitarist Edward Donohue and organist Brian Kalkbrenner, who made an appearance on another EP, Can and Perform What THEY’LL, released in 2004 and joined on, producing the group a quintet. Then they continued to record their initial full-length Compact disc, From Where You Had been to How YOU HAVE There, released on Hackshop Information in Feb 2006. Between your recording sessions as well as the release time, Donohue still left the music group and was changed by Michael Hirst.

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