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A: David Mercer Pf: 1970, London Pb: 1970 G: Pol. com. in 2 ...

Sons Of Champlin

Sons Of Champlin   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4 ed.)

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Current Version:
2009
Subject:
Music
Length:
414 words

...Up Naturally , encapsulated their unique blend of love, peace, happiness and funk. A second album, named after the band’s now truncated title, the Sons, refined a similar mixture before they embarked on one of their periodic implosions, during which time various members joined, and left such ensembles as the Rhythm Dukes and the Nu-Boogaloo Express. A reconstituted line-up, shorn of its horn section, reappeared on Follow Your Heart . Champlin, Haggerty and Palmer were joined by David Schallock (b. 8 August 1948, Marin County, California, USA; bass) and Bill...

Naked Raygun

Naked Raygun   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4 ed.)

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Current Version:
2009
Subject:
Music
Length:
496 words

...to set up their own Sandpunder label, before another shift to Caroline Records. Their admiration for the work of the Buzzcocks was compounded when they were joined onstage by a drunken Steve Diggle on their 1989 UK tour to promote Understand? After an emotional final gig at Chicago’s Maxwell’s venue Haggerty left (to join Pegboy) to be replaced by Bill Stephens (ex-Product 19). However, his contribution to 1990’s Raygun... Naked Raygun failed to fill the gap adequately, and Naked Raygun subsequently ground to a halt. ALBUMS Throb Throb (Homestead...

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