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Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream are German-based purveyors of imaginative electronic music.  There have been numerous line-ups since the band's formation in September 1967 although Edgar Froese has remained at t..

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The Beach Boys

The Beach Boys have always been thought of as “The Premier All American Band” and are now approaching their fiftieth anniversary.The band was formed in California in 1961 by Brian Wilson a..

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The Beatles

The Beatles are considered to be the “Ultimate” rock band and have enjoyed pole position, in terms of popularity, since their emergence onto the international music scene in the early sixt..

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The Boomtown Rats

In 1975 friends Garry Roberts, Simon Crowe, Johnnie Moylett, Patrick Cusack and Gerry Cott formed a band in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland. Bob Geldof was originally invited to be the band's manager, but he s..

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The Creation

The Creation was an English rock band formed in 1966. The most popular Creation song was Painter Man, which made the Top 40 in the UK Singles Chart in late 1966, and reached #8 in the German chart in ..

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The Deviants

The Deviants (formerly The Social Deviants) were an English rock group originally active in the late 1960s, but until his death in 2013, used as a vehicle for the musical work of writer Mick Farren. ..

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The Flying Burrito Bros

Although this band are undoubtedly known for their first two albums when they were fronted by Gram Parsons it is a little known fact that various configurations of the group appeared on and off until ..

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The Golliwogs

Before Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty, Doug Clifford, and Stu Cook (all born in 1945) met at Portola Junior High School in El Cerrito, California. Calling themselves The Blue Velvets,..

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The Good Old Boys

Collectively the individual members of The Good Old Boys have enough rock ‘n' roll experience and pedigree to stretch around  Wembley Stadium several times over.   Lead singer Ala..

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The Green Violinist

Can you hear the elves in the wood or can you even see them? The Green Violinist start their new album More Thrill And Never-ending Blessings, dreamy, playfully and like in a fairytale. From there, th..

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The Hollies

Hailing from Manchester, The Hollies were formed in the early sixties by Graham Nash and Allan Clarke. The band soon acquired a solid reputation and was signed to the Parlophone record label in 1963. ..

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The Kentucky Colonels

The Kentucky Colonels were a popular bluegrass band in the 1960s. They included Clarence White, later with The Byrds. The White brothers started out as the Country Boys in 1954, with their brother Eri..

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The Kinks

The Kinks were formed in 1964 in North London by brothers Ray and Dave Davies. Like many of the groups of the era, they began life as an R&B band although their own unique style was soon to shine ..

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The Pirates

The Pirates started off as the backing band to Johnny Kidd, one of the greatest of the first generation of British rock and rollers. They introduced a level of theatricality previously unseen in Briti..

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The RAZ Band

Raz played in bands in High School, with his friends  Hutch & Neil.  They would would go see Joey Molland when Badfinger was playing in the New York/New Jersey area. As well as fans of J..

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The Selecter

The Selecter are a 2 Tone ska revival band from Coventry, England, formed in mid-1979. The Selecter featured a racially diverse line-up. Their lyrics featured themes connected to politics.Reinforcing ..

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The Sugar Hill Gang

In the early 1970’s, a new musical genre was born in the neighbourhoods of the South Bronx in New York. Teenagers with imagination built a new musical style taken from a number of influences, tu..

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The Tornadoes

The Tornadoes' fame rests on their membership of the exclusive club of the first wave of Californian surf instrumental combos to take to the waves. With their career revived decades later thanks to th..

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The Yardbirds

The Yardbirds remain one of the most legendary and influential groups of the sixties.  The band was responsible for hit records such as Still I’m Sad, Shapes Of Things, Heart full Of Soul a..

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Thinkman was not a band but a pseudonym under which Rupert Hine released his solo albums. The reason for the creation of Thinkman was that Rupert could not get a deal with a record company at the..

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