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Silent Revival And The Kindness Of Strangers

 Dale Bozio's Police Shot.. Lady Ga Ga .... Dale Bozio. Back In The DaySilent Rivalhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4agFeNCUH8cMs. Sara:Rock Bands of L.A.com:Ms. Coda:We at Rock Bands of L.A.com wants to thank Ms. Lynn M ...
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Neon Animal And The Streets of Los Angeles

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The Sunset Strip in Los Angeles quickly became the favorite hangout of glam metal groups. Exuberant hair styles, clothing and make-up with the provocative and licentious attitude to match.Teenagers would roam the streets of Hollywood – eating, drinking, smoking and of course fucking. Los Angeles h ...
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Its The Year Two Thousand Seventeen For The Schizophonics

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The first MC5 album, was recorded “live” at Detroit’s Grande Ballroom in the fall of 1968. The record came onto the scene like a virus… The band and selected compatriots had formed the White Panther Party to oppose the U.S. government and lend its support to ...
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M. Rivers’ Champion Of A Spiritual Revolution

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Rock and roll died at some indeterminate point brought during the aughts of the new millennium. No one saw the body or heard a shot; but it had been in bad health for quite some time. Once the talk centered around the medium and not the material. The moneymaking suits moved in on the creative proces ...
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Truth Be Told About Bad Touch And Long John Baldry

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In the mid 60’s American music was in an endemic rife. The land that invented rock and roll was in the dark ages compared to England.. There was no FM radio at this time so AM Top 40 twas king! if it weren’t for the psyche/folk  scenes in Los Angeles and San Francisco there would’ve been no B ...
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Lucy LaForge and Honey, Put Your Weapons Down

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The music scene in L.A. is the “Ellis Island” of the West. Artists come here to fulfill their dreams and promises to become stars. In the mid to late 60’s and through most of the 70’s Laurel Canyon was the epicenter for so much music. The role of women songwriters became ...
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Greta Van Fleet…..The Song Remains The Same

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In Through The Out Door... can swing both ways; especially in music. The most influential band in rock and roll, Led Zeppelin has inspired countless copycats during the past decades – some of whom have taken their Zep worship to brazen (borderline plagiarism) extr ...
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Livin’ the blues… Papermoon Gypsys Style

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Ain't it the truth. If you've ever been down, sad, miserable or otherwise out of sorts, then you've had the blues. Getting rid of the blues can be as simple as listening to the blues, one of the oldest American song forms and musical styles around. The blues has its own language. It’s a musical ...
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Wasn’t Born To Follow.. CALICO —the Band

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In a world rife with the epidemic of over consumption and commodification, CALICO-the band’s music provides a well needed retreat. To those suffering from feelings of emptiness in the urban metropolis of Los Angeles their discerning lyrics offer much hope. In what is their second ...
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Starcrawler … Shock In Awe

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Starcrawler are the best fuckin’ rock and roll band in Los Angeles! Okay… I said it! I wasn’t able to relate to the early L.A. punk scene. It just wasn’t part of my tribe.…I related to the ethos but not the style.. What encapsulated L.A. punk was three-chord songs that wer ...
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